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By Jamesssss
via java-persistence-performance.blogspot.com
Published: Aug 14 2013 / 08:27

Perhaps I'm naive, but I always thought Java serialization must surely be the fastest and most efficient way to serialize Java objects into binary form. After all, Java is on it's 7th major release, so this is not new technology, and since every JDK seems to be faster than the last, I incorrectly assumed serialization must be very fast and efficient by now. I thought, since Java serialization is binary, and language dependent, it must be much faster and more efficient than XML or JSON. Unfortunately, I was wrong, if you concerned about performance, I would recommend avoiding Java serialization.
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