Come to this session to discuss with the GraalVM team and community the current state of the project and where it's heading in the future. We want to hear from you about how we can improve it: how you're using it now and what's your experience is like, which features and platforms would be good to have, which tools and integrations are still missing, what else we can do to make it more beneficial for you.
Alina Yurenko
Alina is a developer advocate for GraalVM at Oracle Labs, a research & development organization at Oracle. Loves both programming & natural languages, compilers, and open source.
Shaun Smith
Shaun leads GraalVM product management at Oracle where he’s developed multiple Java application deployment cloud services and has been active in a number of open source projects including GraalVM and various Eclipse projects including EclipseLink, the Java Persistence API reference implementation. Shaun is an experienced speaker who has presented at Devoxx(es), Jfocus, GIDS, JavaOne, QCon, JAX, EclipseCon, and many other developer conferences and JUGS around the world. You can find him on Twitter @shaunMsmith and Mastodon @[email protected].
Fabio Niephaus
Oracle Labs
Fabio Niephaus is a researcher on the GraalVM project at Oracle Labs and focuses on the developer experience and tools for GraalVM. His research interests include developer tools, programming languages, and virtual machines.
Thomas Wuerthinger
Thomas Wuerthinger is a Vice President at Oracle Labs and the GraalVM founder and project lead. Previously, he worked on the Crankshaft optimizing compiler of V8 at Google, and the Maxine research virtual machine at Sun Microsystems. He received a PhD degree from JKU Linz for his research about dynamic code evolution.