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If you haven't visited our site lately, you may have missed our announcement of courses available in Australia. The next provision of Java Performance Tuning courses in Australia is likely to be around the February or March (2005) timeframe, so please indicate your interest by registering with our partners.

On the same subject of our courses, we received a huge response from Sweden for people to take part in our Stockholm course. Unfortunately as those of you who tried to register for the 2004 Stockholm offering were quickly informed, we did have to cancel the original scheduled date in 2004. But we will definitely be offering a full course in Stockholm as soon as we have worked through our current schedule, so if you are interested please contact us sooner so that you can get preferential pricing for those courses.

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In the newsletter we list our usual raft of articles, news, and we provide all our usual sections. Kirk covers Mustang and some 1.4 and 5.0 performance issues that have been identified in his roundup; Javva The Hutt considers hectic October; and our Question of the month asks where to find details of performance options.

And naturally, we have also many new performance tips extracted in concise form.

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