Invoke dynamic is a Java 7 feature that had the most impact at the bytecode level and also in terms of performance. First perceived as a feature to help dynamically typed languages on the JVM, it turned into a powerful feature that has been exploited quite a bit in the implementation of features in the Java
In this presentation we will understand what problem this features really solves and how it has influenced other features in the Java language and on the Java platform.
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