Java Performance Tuning Newsletter no. 161 Hits The Stands

The folks at Java Performance Tuning have just released their April Newsletter no 161.

JavaPerformanceTuning.com was originally created as a support site for Jack Shirazi’s book Java Performance Tuning. It immjava-oracleediately became the the premier site for all types of Java performance tuning information, because of the huge amount of information available from the site. After a couple of years, the site moved on to become more of a magazine, and it now provides many interesting columns as well as huge amounts of information covering all aspects of Java Performance.

JavaPerformanceTuning.com is supported by several technical personnel and including associate consultants who contribute material and many useful suggestions. The Technical Director is Jack Shirazi, who arranges the newsletter and oversees all content. Primary contributors include Kirk Pepperdine and Javva The Hutt (curiously not his real name).

You can read Java Performance Tuning Newsletter no. 161 by Clicking Here.

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