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It's amazing the things that are right in front of you that you don't realise. VisualVM is probably the best example of this in the Java community. Everytime you go and update your JDK, you go straight to your IDE and capitalise on the new features provided. At least, that's what I thought I was doing.

Posted by jsugrue  |   May 28 2009 / 10:29

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taranfx replied ago:

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jsugrue replied ago:

Well both articles are about VisualVM. But this article is about my own experiences with VisualVM and how I used it to do a comparison on Java IDE footprints. I have read (and voted for) your article though and it is quite good.

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