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Martijn Verburg
Works at jClarity
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Lambdas in Java 8 are rockin - and it's great to see projects springing up using it's goodness!
 
"Cooking up your own lambdas in Java 8 with ASM and JiteScript" http://0t.ee/1imcXhi by @RebelLabs 
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Great way to encourage folks to participate tech + charity!
 
Hey everyone, sorry for bugging you, but it's for a great cause! RebelLabs has launched our annual Java Tools/Tech survey, and in order to make a bigger impact, we are donating 50 cents to a great charity for each completed survey! 

https://rebellabs.typeform.com/to/BTGaVf

I really invite you to spread this far and wide, it takes about 3 minutes and it's for a really awesome cause... Let me know if you have questions!

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It never hurts to be reminded of the prinicples.
 
Object-oriented design principles and the 5 ways of creating SOLID applications from Rebellabs
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A quick blog post on my first experience running Shenandoah, Red Hat's new Garbage Collector (GC) for #java http://www.jclarity.com/2014/03/12/shenandoah-experiment-1-will-it-run-pcgen/
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Hi all, some quick thoughts after running the Shendoah GC for Java on PCGen - http://www.jclarity.com/2014/03/12/shenandoah-experiment-1-will-it-run-pcgen/
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One of my pet bugbears - it really doesn't take that much effort to start boy scouting your codebase and boy does it pay off in the long term. http://zeroturnaround.com/rebellabs/we-know-you-arent-fixing-code-quality-issues-but-you-should/ #quality  
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More Java Virtualisation goodness
 
Java Virtualization using a Java Virtual Machine Monitor
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A quick blog post on my first experience running Shenandoah, Red Hat's new Garbage Collector (GC) for #java http://www.jclarity.com/2014/03/12/shenandoah-experiment-1-will-it-run-pcgen/
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A quick blog post on my first experience running Shenandoah, Red Hat's new Garbage Collector (GC) for #java http://www.jclarity.com/2014/03/12/shenandoah-experiment-1-will-it-run-pcgen/
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  • jClarity
    CEO, 2013 - present
  • jClarity
    CTO, 2012 - 2013
  • Rolfe and Nolan
  • WorldPay
  • AIG
  • Datacom
  • Mizuho Financial Group
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London, UK
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Wellington - NZ - Dublin - IRE - The Hague - NL
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Traveller, Java and open source advocate, technical community leader
Introduction
For those of you who've only met me briefly.

aka 'the Diabolical Developer'.

I'm Dutch born Kiwi who's the CEO (formerly CTO) of jClarity - a Java/JVM/Cloud performance tooling start-up in London. Outside of jClarity I herd Cats in various Java and open source communities and am constantly humbled by the vast seas of creativity and passion found there!

Currently I reside in London with my kick-boxing wife where I co-lead the LJC - London's Java User Group (a JCP EC member), run a couple of open source projects & try to find time for a pint at my local.

I love meeting interesting people in unusual places and believe it's important to be an engaging traveller as opposed to an annoying tourist.

You'll find me online moderating at the Javaranch or discussing (ranting about) subjects on the Programmers Stack Exchange site.

You can also find me speaking regularly at conferences (Devoxx, JavaOne etc) on Java, open source and software development. I try not to shamelessly plug "The Well-Grounded Java Developer" (with Ben Evans) too much, but hey, it's our first book!
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  • Victoria University of Wellington
    BSc - Computer Science, BCA - Information Systems
  • Newlands College
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