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For a few years now, I have been writing a newsletter - first weekly, now every few months - about whatever recently caught my interest or what I'm working on. I might be talking about some library, framework, or tool I am using at the time, what I've written or read that might interest you, progress on a project I am working on, interesting questions I saw on StackOverflow, conference visits, odd tweets, anything really that connects to Java, software development, or content creation.

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