One common indication of a memory leak is the java.lang.OutOfMemoryError exception. Usually, this error is thrown when there is insufficient space to allocate an object in the Java heap and the garbage collector cannot make space to accommodate a new object, and the heap cannot be expanded further. In this JorgeCode’s publication is explained how to handle it in JAVA.
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Julian Bolivar-Galeno is an Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) Architect whose expertise is in telecommunications, security and embedded systems. He works in BolivarTech focused on decision making, leadership, management and execution of projects oriented to develop strong security algorithms, artificial intelligence (AI) research and its applicability to smart solutions at mobile and embedded technologies, always producing resilient and innovative applications.