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Java Concurrency in Practice with Heinz Kabutz

02.20.2012
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Heinz Kabutz, author of the famous JavaSpecialists Newsletter has developed a new training about Java concurrency. In this course, we combine the collective wisdom of three Java experts: Dr Heinz Kabutz, Victor Grazi and Brian Goetz. Each of these has years of experience in writing concurrent Java programs.

During this 4-day course, you will learn how to write safe multi-threaded Java code that performs well on your hardware. You will learn techniques to ensure visibility of your fields, to build thread safety without explicit locking. You will learn the new fork/join constructs and explore ways to parallelize your algorithms.

 More information on the training is available here:

http://www.javaconcurrency.de/

The training will be held twice in Munich this year, on 19. March and 26. November.

 

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