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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Concurrent Programming in Java: Design Principles and Patterns (Java Series) (Taschenbuch)
Yes, this material is tough, but this is because concurrency is a tough subject. Folks who don't realize this have usually been fooled by the deceptive ease with which one can create, start and synchronize threads in Java.
The author presents the principles of concurrency in a structured and lucid manner. He presents patterns which have proven successful in concurrent applications, and at the same time exploits patterns to the full as a means to communicate the concepts.
The new information which has been added concerning the memory model, cancellation and portability are welcome additions to the first edition.
Indeed, from cover to cover, the contents of this IT masterclass are *juicy* to say the least!