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Well, you can read the official Gosling version of how Java came to be named "Java" at the end of this entry in Jonathan Schwartz's blog, or you can read our much more interesting tongue in cheek version, our April fool from several years ago.

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Now on with this month's newsletter. This month at fasterj we look at optimizing the performance of java.util.regex regular expressions. And, of course, we have our usual news, article links, tools, and extracted tips. Javva the Hutt tells us about his Weekly Meeting; and we have extracted all the tips from those articles.

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