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Most Java software problems come from the little .broken windows. . a null pointer here or there. Sometimes, however, you find yourself in a nasty section of town, with the heap, stack, and permgen brutally fighting for memory. Threads in nasty knife fights over resources. Sometimes just plain freaky things . how did I wind up with 1.5GB of HashSet allocations?
In this edition of CSI: Seattle Java Edition, we.ll look at the tools available to combat these nasty foes and even see some of them in action . we will blow up a lot of application servers and JVMs in the process, with graphic results. We.ll keep it fun and interactive, and give out a few prizes for whoever can figure out the nasty stuff.