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I didn't attend JavaOne in person, and I haven't yet had time to go through the presentations available online. But I find that you can pick up the atmosphere and all the really interesting things that went on, by reading the umpteen blogs and reports covering the event. And what thrilled me wasn't what anyone else was hyping. For me it was those numbers.

I loved those numbers. Six million Java developers (up 20 percent from last year); Four million Java Blu-Ray devices; Seven million Java set-top boxes; Over two billion mobile handsets running Java worldwide; Over two and a half billion Java cards; Over 700 million PCs with Java installed; adding up to over five billion Java-powered devices worldwide.

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Aren't those numbers something? Now on with the rest of our newsletter. And in keeping with the JavaOne theme, we have a report from Kirk from one of the presentations he attended, though in typical Kirk style, the presentation just sets a backdrop for a fascinating reminisce about Crays. And, of course, we have our usual news, article links, tools, and extracted tips. Javva the Hutt carries on telling us about his new job, which includes how NOT to use HashMaps; and, of course we have extracted all the tips from those articles.

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