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James Gosling says the only place where Java has a legitimate remaining performance issue is startup time. I fully agree. Everything else now is down to design and implementation, apart from the occasional real JVM performance bug. So it's in your hands Ladies and Gentlemen of the Java world. Java is almost officially mature. At ten years old, that's probably about right for a computer language. And the short history of I.T suggests that as the industry standard language, Java will dominate the I.T. industry for the next twenty years. It is a good time to start something in Java., on the other hand, turned five years old only a few days ago. And I have to admit, we are not mature. There is so much more that needs to be done to the site, so much more development we need to do to serve your needs as readers of our site. We are working on it. I have to say, it will probably take us another five years to get to the point where we provide all the services you would like from us. But it'll be fun getting there. Happy 5th Birthday

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