Project Panama - the JNI Replacement (slidedeck)

Hey guys,

Last week I gave a talk on Project Panama which is supposed to replace most JNI use case and adds some more on top of it (like a Vector API running on CPU SIMD opcodes). For people interested I’ve uploaded the slidedeck to slideshare.

The timeline for Project Panama is “definitely maybe Java 10 or later”, which results in “it’s done when it’s done” :slight_smile:

I’d be interested what you guys (especially the ones to use JNI for lib integration with Java) think about the proposed APIs (some of them are still very early drafts) and please see the external links on the last slide and watch the videos from JVMLS!


Argh… wrong section, can somebody please remove it, sorry =(