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  From Within the Java Community Process Program
       by Onno Kluyt
       Volume: 8 Issue: 10


From Within the Java Community Process Program
       by Onno Kluyt
       Volume: 8 Issue: 9


From Within the Java Community Process Program
       by Onno Kluyt
       Volume: 8 Issue: 8


Industry News
       by JDJ News Staff
       Volume: 8 Issue: 8


From Within the Java Community Process Program
       by Onno Kluyt
       Volume: 8 Issue: 7


From Within the Java Community Process Program
       by Onno Kluyt
       Volume: 8 Issue: 6


From Within the Java Community Process Program
       by Onno Kluyt
       Volume: 8 Issue: 5


Inside the JCP Process
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 8 Issue: 4


JCP Expert Group Experiences - JSR-118
       by James E. Van Peursem
       Volume: 8 Issue: 1


First Impressions: JavaOne 2002 Show Report
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 7 Issue: 5


All You Need Is Love
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 6 Issue: 5


Shouldn't It Be Dot.Org Instead
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 6 Issue: 4


Do Magazines Have Version Numbers?
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 6 Issue: 3


Industry Watch
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 5 Issue: 10


What's It All About?
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 5 Issue: 9


 

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