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  1. What’s the point in a TCK, and why should you care? « London Java Community Blog
    30/09/2011 @ 10:23 am

    […] the current data and time system within Java. For more information on JSR-310 please view this previous blog post. Following introducing JSR-310 to the London Java Community I have also become involved in planning […]

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  2. Arturo Tena
    30/12/2011 @ 6:46 am

    Also… why is it so slow to build a new GregorianCalendar instance? And, why does Calendar have zero-based months but not years or days? Finally, I would love to have light human instances… I mean, sometimes I need to have thousands of them for a single user on a web app with high traffic. BTW congratulations for your election on the JCP board.

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  3. About Java
    30/12/2012 @ 2:12 pm

    very good article for me.. useful too.. thanks for sharing.. 🙂

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  4. Java User Group and Solow Modeli | kodcu.com
    04/08/2013 @ 12:29 am

    […] arada yukarıda bahsettiğim Date sınıfını ile verdiğim örnek gerçekten yaşandı. Londra Java Topluluğu (London Java Community -LJC ) Date Time API’sindeki önerileri önce bir Java Specisifaction Request olarak yer aldı. […]

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