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Having had the pleasure of watching the wizard-like Jarod Jensen at work, using dtrace to identify all sorts of interesting issues, I was delighted to see that Jarod has written a short intro on using dtrace for Java applications - see his devX article listed below.

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And over at fasterj.com, we have an article that lets you work out how far away your performance management is from ideal - which at the same time tells you how to get to that ideal.

Also, Javva the Hutt tells us all about how he started searching for his new job. So read on for the links and extracted tips to those fascinating articles, as well as our newly listed news and tools. And, of course we have extracted all the tips from articles.

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