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Sun: First thing we do, let's fire all the lawyers
Today's big news story is that Sun will lay off 5,000 employees -- 13% of its workforce. My advice to Sun: start with the lawyers.

New Features Added to Servlets 2.5
I wrote the cover story for JavaWorld this week covering the new changes in Servlets 2.5. Here's the link.

The Innovator's Dilemma: It's Happening to Java
I came to a realization this weekend. The Java web tier is suffering "The Innovator's Dilemma"...

Top 10 Must-Read Java Programming Books
"Java Servlet Programming" made the "Top 10 Must-Read Java Books" list.

The "Energizer" Stack Trace
It just keeps going, and going, and going...

J2SE 1.4 Article: New I/O Channels
I'm writing a series of articles for the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) about the J2SE 1.4 features that affect enterprise developers. The first has gone out covering New I/O's Channels.

What the X is XQuery?
Have you heard of XQuery? Oracle Magazine just published an article of mine that will give you a full intro.

David Czarnecki has released a Java-based blogger based on Bloxsom, called Blojsom. Don't ask me how to pronounce it.

Servlet Best Practices
O'Reilly's ONJava site has posted a chapter on Servlet Best Practices, an excerpt from the upcoming Java Enterprise Best Practices book.

Servlet Container Performance
Web Performance has published a performance comparison of J2EE servers testing both servlet-generated and static content. Happily, this report doesn't include EJBs in the mix, just real web serving.