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Java Concurrency in Practice ebook

Java Concurrency in Practice ebook

Java Concurrency in Practice by Brian Goetz, David Holmes, Doug Lea, Joseph Bowbeer, Joshua Bloch, Tim Peierls

Java Concurrency in Practice



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Java Concurrency in Practice Brian Goetz, David Holmes, Doug Lea, Joseph Bowbeer, Joshua Bloch, Tim Peierls ebook
ISBN: 0321349601, 9780321349606
Page: 384
Format: chm
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional


One Response to “Book: Java Concurrency in Practice”. Vu le poste, on veut des gens qui connaissent un minimum la concurrence (Java concurrency in practice est un très bon livre sur le sujet), un minimum de maven et un bon niveau de test. Small correction in your post for Final fields its page 48 and not 38. Wait and notify is an old mechanism but still a popular interview subject – avoid to use it in practice. I didn't finish reading it, though I liked the part that I read. NotifyAll() will trigger the event and wake up Thread A. Prefer concurrency utilities to wait and notify). Although with new cutting edge devices, computing performance is increasing continuously, still high performance and low latency programming plays an important role to utilise these devices. Java Concurrency in Practice is a book by the Java folks who designed ConcurrentHashMap and all those other tasty Java Concurrent Thingies . Its page 48 in the the copy that i have of the book :). Last week I presented my first Java Specialist Master Course (http://www.javaspecialists.eu/courses/master.jsp), so I would like to give some feedback on what happened.