Re: JVM as UNCOL, was ANDF/TDF

alexc@world.std.com (Alex Colvin)
4 Nov 2001 23:59:40 -0500

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From: alexc@world.std.com (Alex Colvin)
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 4 Nov 2001 23:59:40 -0500
Organization: The World Public Access UNIX, Brookline, MA
References: 01-08-091 01-09-064 01-09-075 01-10-051 01-10-075 01-10-082 01-10-143
Keywords: Java, performance
Posted-Date: 04 Nov 2001 23:59:40 EST

>IMHO It is the cumulative effect of an a bit slower language, slow libraries
>and slow application programming.


I think it was Mike O'Dell who said
I never worry about a factor of two in performance.
Unfortunately, neither do ten of my friends.
--
mac the naf


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