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It's 2023, so of course I'm learning Common Lisp
11 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 26 Jul 2023
You can kind of do the same as DISASSEMBLE in Clojure.
It isn't as straightforward as in Lisp, but it is nonetheless doable.
SIMD accelerated sorting in Java – how it works and why it was 3x faster
2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 12 Jun 2022
If you use Oracle's own IDE, it will support it out of the box, as it already did on Sun's days.
Then there are other ways depending on which JVM implementation is used.
On OpenJDK's case you can load runtime plugin to do it
Compiler Explorer - Java support
2 projects | /r/java | 27 Apr 2021
We use https://github.com/AdoptOpenJDK/jitwatch for this.
Why Zig When There Is Already C++ and Rust?
10 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 15 Jan 2021
If you already know any JVM or .NET language, the first step would be to understand the full stack, you don't need C for that.
Many of us were doing systems programming with other languages before C went mainstream.
What you need to learn is computer architecture.
Getting back to JVM or .NET, you can get hold of JIT Watch, VS debug mode or play online in SharpLab.
Get to understand how some code gets translated into MSIL/JVM, and how those bytecodes end up being converted into machine code.
Languages like F# and C# allow you to leave the high level comfort and also do most of the stuff you would be doing in C.
Or just pick D, which provides the same comfort and goes even further in low level capabilities.
Use them to write a toy compiler, userspace driver, talking to GPIO pins in a PI, manipulating B-Tree data stuctures directly from inodes, a TCP/IP userspace driver.
Not advocating not to learn Zig, do it still, the more languages one learns the better.
Only advocating what might be an easier transition path into learning about systems programming concepts.
What are some alternatives?
JMH - "Trust no one, bench everything." - sbt plugin for JMH (Java Microbenchmark Harness)
SharpLab - .NET language playground
jHiccup - jHiccup is a non-intrusive instrumentation tool that logs and records platform "hiccups" - including the JVM stalls that often happen when Java applications are executed and/or any OS or hardware platform noise that may cause the running application to not be continuously runnable.
Sniffy - Sniffy - interactive profiler, testing and chaos engineering tool for Java
quickperf - QuickPerf is a testing library for Java to quickly evaluate and improve some performance-related properties
honest-profiler - A sampling JVM profiler without the safepoint sample bias
MaterialFX - A library of material components for JavaFX
JFoenix - JavaFX Material Design Library