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Video: JVM Internals: What does the JVM Do? - Marakana
Ian will dive into the inner workings of the JVM and drill down into what compilers and garbage collectors do. In particular, you will learn about common optimizations, well established garbage collection algorithms, and what the current biggest challenge with Java scalability is today.

About this Event
This event was presented by the The San Francisco Java User Group on May 17, 2011
java  jvm  video  presentation  sf  2011 
may 2011 by cmillward
TCP and the Lower Bound of Web Performance - John Rauser on Vimeo
[This video includes very end of the talk]

Slides from the talk are here: bit.ly/​9a0Bjv

My favorite talk at VelocityConf this year was given by John Rauser. He presented an entertaining history of TCP and concluded which culminated in an explanation of how latency affects web performance. It's worse than you thought!

These revelations led me to plot the load times of 200 files (1-200KB) from two locations. The practical numbers match up really well with the theory. mike.bailey.net.au/​blog/​?p=38
tcp  network  presentation  video 
december 2010 by cmillward
Small is Beautiful: the design of Lua | Lambda the Ultimate
Roberto Ierusalimschy discusses the ideas behind the design of Lua specially on the pervasive use of tables and coroutines.
plt  programming  lua  presentation 
march 2010 by cmillward
YouTube - Lisp for High-Performance Transaction Processing
'Google Tech Talk
August 17, 2009

ABSTRACT

Presented by Daniel L. Weinreb,

I will talk about the use of Lisp at ITA Software. Why do we use Lisp? How do we make that work? Why is Lisp suitable for this kind of application?

I will also talk about the future of Lisp, which has three tracks: Common Lisp, Scheme, and Clojure.

At ITA software, we are building a new airline reservation system, suitable for major airlines, including flagship carriers. Many airlines are using software forked from the original "SABRE" system, originally written by American Airlines in the late 1950's and early 1960's.'
daniel_weinreb  lisp  concurrency  programming  video  presentation  ita 
august 2009 by cmillward
Scott McCloud on comics | Video on TED.com
In this unmissable look at the magic of comics, Scott McCloud bends the presentation format into a cartoon-like experience, where colorful diversions whiz through childhood fascinations and imagined futures that our eyes can hear and touch.
video  presentation  comics  scott_mccloud  2005  art  history  creativity  storytelling 
february 2009 by cmillward
uxweek 2008 (tecznotes)
"Credibility comes from looking busy, and being continuous: having something on page two, page three, etc. You will inevitably be asked to work on "social features" - most of the labor is getting people to give a damn, and getting the details right on the unbroken layer under everything else."
presentation  mapping  credibility  vi  maps  service  social  web 
august 2008 by cmillward
pptPlex
like the presentation style that Schultz and Webb came up with.
"pptPlex is a plug-in that explores an alternate method for presenting a PowerPoint slide deck. Using pptPlex, you can present your slides as a tour through a zoomable canvas instead of a series of linear slides."
schulzeandwebb  ppt  extensions  office  presentation  interface  microsoft  apps 
august 2008 by cmillward
Conference hack: Embracing the backchannel at Start, by Jeffrey Veen
I realized that the content on stage is merely the spark of a broader conversation, and that the backchannel is rapidly becoming the whole point.
information  presentation  conference  ombudsman 
july 2008 by cmillward
Idea Navigation: Structured Browsing for Unstructured Text
"Don’t search for keywords! Search for ideas! Our system extracts subject-verb-object triples from unstructured text, groups them into hierarchies, and allows iterative refinement to findexactly what you want."
search  semantic_web  nlp  video  presentation  2008 
june 2008 by cmillward
PRISM Presentation
Notebooks and Personnal Information management
Aurelien Tabard,
doctorant In Situ, laboratoire INRIA et LRI (Universite Paris Sud) .
PRISM: A hybrid laboratory notebook for supporting the creative aspects of biological research.
notes  presentation  organization  research 
may 2008 by cmillward
free_culture
Lawrence Lessig's 2002 presentation from OSCON
lessig  presentation  creativity  culture  free  2002 
april 2008 by cmillward
Dave Eggers: 2008 TED Prize wish: Once Upon a School (video)
Accepting his 2008 TED Prize, author Dave Eggers asks the TED community to personally, creatively engage with local public schools.
video  ted  presentation  2008  activism  education  david_eggars 
march 2008 by cmillward
YouTube - No Time to Think
A professor at the UW Information School since 2000-2001, he has been investigating how to restore contemplative balance to a world marked by information overload, fragmented attention, extreme busyness, and the acceleration of everyday life.
hypertext  productivity  presentation  video  information  contemplative 
march 2008 by cmillward
Matt Webb's science fictional tour of the solar system
A science fictional tour of the solar system from alternative earths to the space-spiders of Saturn.
matt_webb  video  presentation  scifi  science  astronomy  fiction  ideas 
march 2008 by cmillward
[this is aaronland] Things I Am Not Talking About
2 presentations he didn't get accepted for, but that i would still like to hear.
presentation  paper  web  2007  straup 
december 2007 by cmillward
Comparing Hand-Crafted with Automatically Acquired English Constraint-Based Parsing Resources {slides}
In this talk, I will briefly describe our approach and outline some recent experiments to compare our automatically induced English parsing resources against the hand-crafted XLE LFG parser and RASP dependency parser.
presentation  nlp  parsing  research  filetype:pdf  media:document 
october 2007 by cmillward
Remixing the library
A talk given by Jon Udell at the Global Research Library summit, October 2007.
2007  presentation  library  future  newmedia 
october 2007 by cmillward
Convenience Wins, Hubris Loses and Content vs. Context, a Presentation for Some Music Industry Friends [FISTFULAYEN]
n a manner of speaking iTunes is a spreadsheet that plays music. It’s context-free. You just paid $10 for that album — who plays drums? I dunno, WHY DON’T YOU GO TO THE WEB TO FIND OUT, BECAUSE THAT’S WHERE THE CONTEXT IS.
web  music  future  itunes  presentation  mp3 
october 2007 by cmillward
What We Talk About When We Tag About Art [nmc]
Susan Chun, a founder of steve.museum —a museum-based project that is developing tools for collecting tags (or user-contributed descriptions of art)—will present some early and sometimes surprising results of the steve project’s research into what u
presentation  tagging  art  newmedia  audio  mp3  social 
september 2007 by cmillward
Pleasant Software: PiP
Use PiP to show video from any webcam on your screen, nicely integrated as "Picture in Picture" which makes it ideal for live presentations, screencast recordings and in the educational sector.
osx  apps  menubar  presentation  video  isight 
september 2007 by cmillward
Quicksilver: Universal Access and Action
In this talk, we will explore the motivation behind Quicksilver, highlights of its implementation, lessons learned from its design, and the ways it might inform the future of navigation for the desktop and the web. Speaker: Nicholas Jitkof
quicksilver  google  presentation  video 
september 2007 by cmillward
Comics and Pictures (Schulze & Webb)
Jack Schulze discusses the relationships between stories in comics and how that manifests on the page, and how we as viewers look at them. This presentation was given on the 16th of June in Conway Hall, Holborn, as part of the Interesting 2007 event.
comics  presentation  2007 
july 2007 by cmillward
Everything is dynamically typed « programming musings
comparing David Weinberger's talk about his book 'Everything is Miscellaneous' to programming languages
plt  programming  toread  presentation  categorization  video  dynamic  books  2007 
june 2007 by cmillward
HubLog: XTech 2007 Science BOF slides
At XTech last month I introduced a Science BOF session with some slides giving background to the kind of things I thought were important to discuss. It's not a full presentation, but if you're interested here's a PDF of the slides.
presentation  science  bestof  academia  publishing  metadata  bibliography 
june 2007 by cmillward
Virtually presenting [panlibus]
"Today was a presenting in Portugal day, but for once this trip didn't involve any tedious mucking about at 30,000ft. Today for a change I traveled courtesy of Skype and Webex."
presentation  web 
june 2007 by cmillward
Stanley Greenberg's presentation
Speaking at POSTOPOLIS! on May 29, photographer Stanley Greenberg tells some of the stories behind his pictures of construction sites and physics laboratories around the world.
video  presentation  architecture  photography 
june 2007 by cmillward
Alex Wright : The Web That Wasn't
I've just posted the slides from my IA Summit presentation via Slideshare:
history  presentation  information  web  toread 
march 2007 by cmillward
Quantum Physics Made Relatively Simple
three quicktime lectures + slides. Personal and Historical Perspectives of Hans Bethe
physics  science  presentation  video 
february 2007 by cmillward
Python 3000 - Google Video
Google TechTalks July 21, 2006. Guido van Rossum talks about the new language.
python  py3k  presentation  video  programming  language 
december 2006 by cmillward
Pecha Kucha
short format creative presentations
presentation  ppt 
november 2006 by cmillward
Alan Kay: Doing with Images Makes Symbols Pt 1
Alan lines up a number of systems including Englebart's Sketchpad, the FlexMachine, the RAND tablet and Smalltalk, all of which were way ahead of their time and demonstrate some concepts not carried through even today.
cs  hci  video  presentation  history  toread  programming  smalltalk 
november 2006 by cmillward
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