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OpenJDK cookbook Paperback – January 30, 2015
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Alex Kasko is a participant in the OpenJDK project. He maintains unofficial OpenJDK builds on his GitHub account and has 8 years' experience in enterprise and high-performance programming. He works in an OpenJDK development team at Red Hat Inc.
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Being well structured this book can be used as reference data for topics like: building OpenJDK from 6 to 9 and components on various platforms, running tests, studying performance and adding new code like intrinsics or new JSRs.
From the other side book also provides a lot of interesting data for those who interested in Java history, content of the OpenJDK and the community workflow.
I definitely recommend this book for any experienced Java developer.