The shift toward multicore processing has fueled an interest in concurrent programming models like fork/join, actors, agents, and executors. While these models originated within different programming languages, many of them are encapsulated in GPars, a Groovy-based concurrency library. With Alex Miller as your guide, learn how to resolve concurrency problems using techniques drawn from both the functional and object-oriented programming worlds — and do it all using Groovy's familiar, Java-friendly syntax.
News: Resolve Common Concurrency Problems with GPars
- Posted by: Frank Charles
- Posted on: September 09 2010 16:59 EDT
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