October, 2004

  • David Notario's WebLog

    Jit Optimizations: Inlining (I)

    Inlining is an optimization that can happen when you have calls. The optimization consists in substituting the call for the code of the callee. What do you gain from doing this? - Speed: Reduce the overhead of the call. To get to the actual instructions...
  • David Notario's WebLog

    The CLR x86 JIT, an overview

    I'll be doing a series of articles on how the x86 CLR JIT compiler works and the different optimizations it does for you. Whenever a method is about to be executed for the first time, the VM realizes it doesn't have native code for it, and invokes the...
  • David Notario's WebLog


    Hi, my name's David Notario. I'm a developer in the x86 JIT compiler team in the CLR, although we've been doing a lot of other stuff there lately. A bit about myself: I was born and raised in the sunny Canary Islands, in Spain, went to university in Madrid...
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