georges.gomes at gmail.com
Fri Aug 29 18:45:00 UTC 2014
I think the entire community thank you. Your reactivity has made this
project extremely alive. The result is fenomenal IMHO. It everyday helps
our firm in delivering better software and also learning a lot with the
underlying [sympathic] mechanics with the magical perfasm.
On Fri, Aug 29, 2014 at 2:12 PM, Aleksey Shipilev <
aleksey.shipilev at oracle.com> wrote:
> On March 28, 2013, we had released the very first public version of JMH.
> Today, seventeen months and almost a thousand commits later, we hit the
> major milestone in our project: the release of JMH 1.0. This marks our
> belief the API and the harness itself is stable, reliable, and
> dependable. The artefacts for JMH 1.0 are already available at Maven
> Central .
> We will continue working towards improving the harness and/or APIs, and
> we already have quite a few of non-critical issues  found by
> community to fix and polish. Please continue using JMH and contribute
> the issues, fixes, and general suggestions back! You, the community, are
> essential to keep the project alive.
> We would like to take the rest of this note to credit those involved in
> the effort, in any capacity:
> * Anders Astrand, Staffan Friberg, and Henrik Loef, who have developed
> the initial version of the harness for internal use back in 2011.
> * Donald Smith, Dalibor Topic, and Cecilia Borg, who have shepherded
> the initial contribution of JMH under Codetools umbrella in OpenJDK, and
> who are still providing the project management guidance for it.
> * Sergey Kuksenko, who contributed immensely in refactoring the JMH
> internals before it became public, as well as providing the internal
> reviews and feedback for the JMH features and improvements
> * Evgeny Mandrikov, who consistently helps us with the releases to
> Maven Central.
> * Nitsan Wakart, Daniel Mitterdorfer, Julien Ponge, Richard Warburton,
> and other authors who provided the solid stories and tutorials on using
> JMH, as well as providing the invaluable feedback on user experience.
> * Bernd Eckenfels, Joe Kearney, Aggelos Biboudis, Chris Vest, Dmitry
> Vyazelenko, Claes Redestad, Dmitry Chuyko, Julien Nicolaund, Tom Deneau,
> Roman Leventov, Henri Tremblay, Ivan Gerasimov, Gilles Duboscq, Clement
> Mathieu and many others participating in mailing list discussions, often
> culminating in code contributions.
> * Konrad Malawski, Cedric Champeau, Gleb Smirnov, Nikita Artyushov,
> Brian Harris and many others contributing to various integrations to
> SBT, Gradle, Jenkins, IntelliJ IDEA, etc.
> Cheers, and Thank You!
> Enjoy the JMH 1.0 :)
>  http://central.maven.org/maven2/org/openjdk/jmh/jmh-core/
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