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JRuby Performance

Stefan Tilkov,

Charles Oliver Nutter:

That pretty much wraps up this installment. The bottom line: As we approach JRuby 1.0, our performance is better than it’s ever been—faster than Ruby 1.8 for many specific cases, with stellar across-the-board performance right around the corner. And with other implementations like Ruby 1.9, XRuby, Rubinius, and Ruby.NET rapidly coming of age, Ruby’s future is looking extremely solid.