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How do you get around the garbage collection issue when using C# as you have been doing lately for HFT?

A question from a newsletter reader: Bryan, How do you get around the garbage collection issue when using C# as you have been doing lately for HFT? Why is the garbage collection issue not a deal breaker? This is sort of very valid. What is the other choice? Manage your own memory in C++? That …

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Hypertable Beats HBase in Performance Test — HBase Overwhelmed by Garbage Collection

Hypertable Beats HBase in Performance Test — HBase Overwhelmed by Garbage Collection Hypertable is an open source, scalable database, based on Google’s proprietery Bigtable design. It is similar to HBase except that it is written in C++ for optimal performance. In this High Scalability post, we summarize a test we recently conducted comparing the performance …

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Quant development: Is it possible to achieve Java zero GC garbage collection? How?

Quant development: Is it possible to achieve Java zero GC garbage collection? How? Zero GC is of course possible if you allocate objects only on start up, do not use 3rd party libraries and use JNI in case if you need to replace some “standard” libraries which are for sure allocates garbage (I think all …

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