Java Concurrency in Practice


Tytuł: Java Concurrency in Practice
Autor: Brian Goetz
Wydawnictwo: Addison-Wesley

Ocena:
Zawartość merytoryczna / związek z tematem: 5/5
Styl / łatwość czytania: 5/5
Przydatność: 5/5
Ocena ogólna: 5/5

Recenzent:: Andrzej Grzesik

Opinia:
Concurrency is omnipresent yet complex. Java Concurrency in Practice, written by authors of java.util.concurrent explains the complexities of multithreading, synchronization and the related overhead in a clear and intelligible way.

The book covers a broad range of topics allowing the reader to fully comprehend mechanics governing Java threads and not commit many mistakes which remain hidden only until the most unexpectable moment.

It starts with synchronization and locks, through common concurrent building block (with answers to both “how”s as well as “why”s) and introduction to certain java.util.concurrent, facilities, ending at advanced topics such as testing for performance and correctness or Java Memory Model influence on threads.

Above all: it’s fun to read and contains huge number of great examples – I can only recommend it as definitely worth reading!

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