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Since so many people mentioned J2ME performance (Indeed, I think it is a very important issue), here is something you can read:
http://java.sun.com/products/cldc/wp/ProjectMontyWhitePaper.pdf
Any thoughts?
 
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It looks really interesting. I couldn't go to JavaOne 2002 @ San Francisco, but I've found some slides of project Monty. They are here:
http://servlet.java.sun.com/javaone/resources/content/sf2002/conf/sessions/pdfs/2133.pdf
I hope that manufacturers adopt this new VM ASAP.
If someone has more information about project Monty I'd appreciate it.
Horaci Macias
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