Updates on Jenkins Pipeline scripts and the JCasC plugin

My name is Yingjie (Jenny) Chen and I am a computer science student from the University of Waterloo. This blog post summarizes my internship experience in the release engineering team of Eclipse OpenJ9. Modifications to Jenkins Pipeline scripts I made several enhancements to the pipelines, and I will introduce four specific examples. Reduce Intermittent Network…

Changes in Tril

This post describes my fall 2019 internship in the Eclipse OpenJ9 team. After 4-months study term at school, I was excited to return to the team. I joined the OMR team and got the chance to work on Tril (the Testarossa Intermediate Language). Tril is a Domain Specific Language (DSL) for generating the Testarossa Intermediate Language…

Dynamic Threads for Scavenger GC

Background In order for Scavenger to find all live objects, it uses multiple threads and parallelizes the work as it traverses through the object trees. The number of working threads is dependent on the system: systems with more threads can use more threads to work on highly parallelized tasks. More information about this topic can…

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OpenJ9 VM Internship: Inline Types

My name is Adithya Venkatarao and I’m a 4th year Computer Science student from the University of Waterloo at the time of writing. After working in a variety of back-end and full-stack positions throughout my previous internships, I really wanted to further diversify my skillset by taking a dive down the tech-stack to work with…

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OpenJ9 internship: GC performance and testing

Who am I, and why am I writing this? My name is Cedric Hansen, and I’m currently in the final week of my summer internship, working on the OpenJ9 GC team, in Ottawa. I’m writing this post to reflect on my experience, and discuss various aspects related to the work I did this summer. Coming…

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