Thoughts on JIT

A week ago I detailed Vua, a memory safe language that unprivileged Viridis programs have to use in order to exist within a single memory context. I also mentioned I have a decent amount of preliminary work done generating a bytecode for this language, and it seems like the next logical step is to interpret […]

Status September 2016

This started as a July status, but I kept wanting to dig just a little deeper to give a more detailed update. As I mentioned in the June status, the core idea of Viridis is to create a zero copy operating system with a finer grain unit of execution than the process or thread. The […]