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Montag, 16. Oktober 2006 link
A discussion threaded through the web recently about Ruby's performance and Avi Bryant's post entails a very nice discussion. So if you want to read some light bits about how Self/Strongtalk techniques like polymorphic inline caches (PICs) could speed up dynamic languages like Ruby, how the performance of PICs relate to vtable-based dispatch methods, pipeline stalls and branch target buffers: Avi's post was written for you. In a similar vein, check out Rick DeNatale's post "Performance Anxiety".
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