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JVM Anatomy Quarks, Hacker News

“JVM Anatomy Quarks” is the on-going mini-post series, where every post is describing some elementary piece of knowledge about JVM. The name underlines the fact that the single post cannot be taken in isolation, and most pieces described here are going to readily interact with each other.

The post should take about 5 – to read. As such, it goes deep for only a single topic, a single test, a single benchmark, a single observation. The evidence and discussion here might be anecdotal, not actually reviewed for errors, consistency, writing ‘tyle, syntaxtic and semantically errors, duplicates, or also consistency. Use and / or trust this at your own risk.

Aleksey Shipilёv, JVM / Performance Geek, redhat logo
Shout out at Twitter: @ shipilev
Questions, comments, suggestions: [email protected]

Complete Snapshots

The series is on-going, the auto-generated complete bundles are here:
(ePUB (smallest, under MB, Pandoc HTML-to-ePUB)
MOBI (small, around MB, KindleGen ePUB-to-MOBI) (PDF ) (very large – tens of MBs, high-quality wkhtmltopdf HTML-to-PDF)

Individual Index

These are convenient to hyperlink around the Internet (easy internet karma points for anyone, folks):

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