Chris Bailey

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Chris Bailey is a technical architect for runtime development at IBM, where he leads teams that contribute to the open source runtimes and core APIs for Java, Node.js and Swift. He has recently been focussed on Swift, where he is a committer for the Swift.org projects, leads an effort to develop new server focussed API libraries, and is also the chief architect for the Swift based Kitura web framework.

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Query Parameters and Codable Routing

In Kitura 2.0 we added support for Codable Routing, which made the building of Web routes and REST APIs dramatically easier by removing the need...

Introducing Kitura 2.0

Today at the Swift Summit we announced Kitura 2.0 , as well as a number of other tools and capabilities that form part of the...

Introducing Codable Routing in Kitura 2.0

Kitura 2.0 adds Codable Routing, a radically simplified way of writing REST APIs in Swift enabling developers to create APIs in the same way that...

24×7 Commercial support for Swift and Kitura

IBM announces commercial support for Swift on Linux, supporting users of any framework on any cloud, with an additional support offering for the Kitura web...

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Node.js @ IBM

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IBM@JavaOne 2014: Developers first

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IBM@JavaOne 2013: The IBM sessions

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IBM@JavaOne 2012, Part 1: Introduction to the IBM sessions

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From Java code to Java heap

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Garbage collection in WebSphere Application Server V8, Part 1: Generational as the new default policy

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The Support Authority: Why the Memory Analyzer (with IBM Extensions) isn't just for memory leaks anymore

The IBM Monitoring and Diagnostics for Java - Memory Analyzer is a powerful tool for…