From Xelphi, over Nashorn To JVM Compiler Innovation with GraalVM

8th episode of airhacks.fm, or a conversation with @JaroslavTulach about the beginnings of NetBeans, xelphi, JavaDoc, Glasgow, JavaBeans for the network, LimeTree, mounting jars, deals with Jonathan Schwartz, Bck2Brws (Back To Browser), Duke Script, Multi OS Engine, JavaFX, Java to JavaScript transpiler, Typescript, Frameworks, GraalVM, Project Maxwell , Maxine VM, C2 compiler, IGV, nashorn and performance, Graal and Twitter, JEP metropolis, Graal speedup, the most complex statement, speculative interpreters, talk to your compiler, Truffle, SubstrateVM, avatar.js, node.js on JVM, Graal Installation, language interop is available.

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