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Scaling Java Applications Through Concurrency

Course Summary

Distributed systems and multi-core platforms are far too prevalent now to dismiss everyday concurrency. This course outlines several concurrency patterns that the Java Concurrency API simplifies, making it much easier to scale your Java application.


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    Course Syllabus

    The End of Moore’s Law
    - 4m 59s

    —Patterns Over Primitives 4m 59s
    Running Processes in the Background
    - 23m 2s

    —The Fire-and-Forget Pattern 3m 14s
    —Introducing ThreadPoolExecutor 3m 54s
    —Implementing Fire-and-Forget Using ThreadPoolExecutor 6m 36s
    —Introducing ForkJoinPool 1m 49s
    —Implementing Fire-and-Forget Using ForkJoinPool 0m 59s
    —Introducing Threaded Recursion with ForkJoinPool and BlockingQueue 2m 2s
    —Implementing Fire-and-Forget Using Threaded Recursion 3m 42s
    —Conclusion 0m 42s
    Sharing Resources Among Parallel Workers
    - 31m 21s
    Coordinating Efforts Among Dependent Processes
    - 42m 28s
    Throttling Incoming Work
    - 37m 42s


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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