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I occasionally get an email from someone saying "I've blogged such and such ...", or "My article on X is published ...", and the gist of the email is: why haven't I mentioned the blog or article since it's about java performance?

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I do appreciate you telling me about your blogs and articles as there is no guarantee that I would see them otherwise, but even if your publication is pretty good I can't guarantee that it will get into a newsletter. That's because my trawl generates over a 100 publications every month with something related to Java performance in them. Of these, probably about 30 could go into the newsletter as an article worth having their tips extracted from; and of those 30, I'll only really read about 10 thoroughly. It's all down to time availability - like most of you, there is only one of me and I have only so much time I can put to doing this.

So do indeed send me an email pointing out your article or blog relevant to Java performance, but I must apologize if it doesn't make the newsletter.

Now on with this month's newsletter. We have all our usual Java performance tools, news, and article links. Javva The Hutt writes about his new job search; there's a new cartoon at fasterj Understanding Escape Analysis; and, as usual, we have extracted tips from all of this month's referenced articles.

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