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Does Immutability really means Thread Safety?


I have often read articles telling “If an object is immutable, it is thread safe”. Actually, I have never found an article that convinces me that immutable means thread safety. Even the book by Brian Goetz Java Concurrency in Practice with its chapter on immutability did not fully satisfied me. In this book we can read word for word, in ...

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Partial updates in an immutable World


This post was prompted by a conversation with a good friend, who is an experienced Java developer taking their first, tentative, steps towards becoming a Scala programmer. Basically, the conversation went as follows: “…Immutability seems good and like a goal I should aim for. How can I get this in my domain objects without having to provide a multiplicity of ...

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