November Java Performance News
The November issue of the Java Performance Newsletter was published, contents are:
- We list all the latest Java performance related news and articles
- "Free profiler number 19 and number 20 are listed in the tools this month"
- The roundup of performance discussions over the last month
- "For a posting to collect so many responses that are all tightly focused on the original question, you know that you?ve run into a topic where people?s experiences are universal."
- Javva The Hutt rambles through performance past, present and future
- "this is I.T. If you do something long enough to become an expert, you can be sure that your skillset is going down the tubes"
- This month's interview is with Bruce Tate, Mr. Antipattern.
- "We ditched EJB, in favor of a simple POJO solution"
- Question of the Month: Dealing with OutOfMemoryError
- "Reducing application memory may be simple, you may just be allowing some collections to be too big, for example using many large buffers. Or it can be complex, requiring you to reimplement some classes, or even redesign the application."
- All the lastest Java performance tips extracted in concise form
- "100 new tips extracted from Bruce Tate"
If you missed the October issue, the contents of that issue are
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