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Last night OSGi saved my life

Jerome Moliere

OSGi DevCon · Standard
Wednesday, 13:30, 20 minutes | Ballroom D

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This session is a real story , it tells how OSGi saved an heavy project (more thean 5000 days one) and will give you some concrete feedbacks (Design Patterns or Anti Patterns). The project targets a small device (HHP 9900 Dolphin) running Windows Mobile 6.1, it's a very constrained environment : - small process size - 128Mb of RAM available for the whole system - I/O very slow And moreover no recent JVM available in this context, IBM 9 1.4 is the most stable found... Refactoring the previous architecture using eRCP/Spring and much libraries to a plain OSGi one .... For which result: - reduced memory footprint - reduced I/O access and for user experience, a nice & robust application

Started Java in 1996, works as a freelancer since 2004 and is a regular speaker for different meetings (RMLL, Solutions Linux). Writer for Eyrolles in France. Jboss & SCJP certified..

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