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Java concurrency – Feedback from tasks


Picking up from where I left off in my last post about the java.util.concurrent package, it’s interesting and sometimes mandatory to get feedback from concurrent tasks after they are started. For example imagine an application that has to send email batches, besides from using a multi-threaded mechanism, you want to know how many of the intended emails were successfully dispatched, ...

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Java Concurrency Tutorial – Callable, Future


One of the beautiful things about Java from its very first release was the ease with which we could write multi-threaded programs and introduce asynchronous processing into our designs. The Thread class and Runnable interface combined with Java’s memory management model meant for straightforward thread programming. But as discussed in Part 3, neither the Thread class nor the Runnable interface ...

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