fastThread is ranked in position #5 in ThoughtWorks Technology Radar at Chicago Coder Conference 2017, an event focused on developer and manager. Its globally renown speakers and peer interactive platform delivers high-value participant return. ThoughtWorks’ Technology Radar is a biannual... Continue Reading →
The Chicago, IL-based Egen Solutions Inc invited our Architect Ram Lakshmanan to deliver a session to their engineering team on building high performing applications. Egen Solutions specializes in delivering IoT solutions to major enterprises and is an expert in Full... Continue Reading →
Great Indian Developer Summit (GIDS) is one of the India's largest conferences for software professionals, held in Bangalore every year. This year, GIDS celebrated its 10th anniversary with the convergence of over 4000 novices, experienced and senior developers across the... Continue Reading →
Here is another presentation on "Don't Dump Thread Dumps" at Great Indian Developer Summit (GIDS), Bangalore.
The latest JAX Magazine issue is out now. The magazine consists of articles that elucidate how digital transformation is reshaping the future of finance. We are happy to share that our founder, Ram Lakshmanan, also contributed an article "The Leprechaun... Continue Reading →
Our Architect Ram Lakshmanan spoke in 3 well-received sessions in 2016 JavaOne conference: Session 1: CON3108 Session Title: Am I Reading Garbage Collection Logs Correctly? Session 2: CON3118 Session Title: Don't Dump the Thread Dumps! Session 3: TUT3390 Session Title: Pick Diamonds... Continue Reading →
Ram Lakshmanan, our founder, recently had the opportunity to deliver 3 talks at the JavaOne conference. Here is one presentation about the thread dumps.
Learn about JVM Internals in just 3 crisp slides. Deck talks about JVM Architecture; it's memory model and Garbage Collection process succinctly in 3 slides.
Recently spoke at VMoksha Technologies in Bangalore, India on software Testing! Talk had a good reception from a motivated team. Fig: While delivering the talk Fig: Photograph with few attendees after Talk