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On-heap vs off-heap storage

Java programmers are often limited in their thoughts to heap management and it's justified. JVM offers the possibility to code without taking care about manual objects allocation and deallocation. But, as JVM-based language programmer, at least for personal knowledge, it's good to know that on heap memory is not the single memory storage solution in JVM applications. The complement memory is off-heap. Continue Reading →