2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Good overview on concurrent programming issues,
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Concurrent Programming in Java: Design Principles and Patterns (Java Series) (Taschenbuch)
Lea's book covers a wide variety of issues regarding concurrent development, and in adequate depth for what I believe to be the intended audience, namely working developers and not computer scientists nor students with no prior exposure to concurrent development. The solutions to standard problems described within are for the most part well-accepted, but presented with a minimum of fuss allowing one to see the end results without endlessly pondering alternatives. All in all I think this is a solid book written at an intermediate level of difficulty with useful applications for working developers. As an aside, don't be put off by reviews like that of "arthur" below; the fact that he completely misses the point of a simple code fragment (if the operation were performed as n+=2; instead of n++;n++; then n could never be odd and it wouldn't be possible to illustrate this simple data race example, which is still too much for arthur to handle) demonstrates vividly that this book is not ideally suited for those with no prior experience with concurrent development, or people like arthur who think anything but a "For Dummies" book is high-falootin'.