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Date(s) - January 11, 2017
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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The Eclipse OMR open source project was created in early 2016 as a toolkit for building all kinds of high performance language runtimes, with reusable enterprise-caliber components such as a platform porting layer, thread library, and a highly scalable garbage collector. The project now includes a Just In Time (JIT) compiler, along with a project called JitBuilder that makes it easier than ever before to dynamically compile languages straight to hardware instructions for higher performance.

Join IBM Senior Software Developer Mark Stoodley to learn more about the JIT compiler and JitBuilder components from the Eclipse OMR project. Mark will provide an overview and describe some of the exploratory projects that are showing how this technology can be used to dynamically compile languages like Java, Ruby, Javascript, Python, Lua, Smalltalk, and the Rosie Pattern Language. Most of these compiler projects are or soon will be available as open technology.

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2 comments on"dW Open Tech Talk: Eclipse OMR update"

  1. RandyHudson January 10, 2017

    Everyone knows JIT stands for “Just in Time”. Yet, again we are left wondering what OMR means.

    • Neil MacKinnon January 10, 2017

      Randy, thanks for your question. In an earlier tech talk, the project owners stated that “OMR” doesn’t actually stand for anything — they’ll no doubt be happy to reiterate why they chose the name during the talk on Jan 11.

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