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  1. Concurrency in Java: The synchronized Keyword

    .lazyload-placeholder { display: none; } Introduction This is the second article in the series of articles on Concurrency in Java. In the previous article, we learnt about the Executor pool and various categori...Learn More
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  2. Guide to the Future Interface in Java

    Guide to the Future Interface in Java Introduction In this article, we will overview the functionality of the Future interface as one of Java's concurrency constructs. We'll also look at several ways to create ...Learn More
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  3. Concurrency in Java: The Executor Framework

    Concurrency in Java: The Executor Framework Introduction With the increase in the number of the cores available in the processors nowadays, coupled with the ever increasing need to achieve more throughput, mult...Learn More
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  4. Synchronized Keyword in Java

    Synchronized Keyword in Java Introduction This is the second article in the series of articles on Concurrency in Java. In the previous article, we learnt about the Executor pool and various categories of Execut...Learn More
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  5. Concurrency in Python

    Concurrency in Python Introduction Computing has evolved over time and more and more ways have come up to make computers run even faster. What if instead of executing a single instruction at a time, we can also...Learn More
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  6. Concurrency in Java: The volatile Keyword

    Concurrency in Java: The volatile Keyword Introduction Multithreading is a common cause of headaches for programmers. Since humans are naturally not used to this kind of "parallel" thinking, designing a multith...Learn More
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  7. Which Should You Use: Asynchronous Programming or Multi-Threading?

    Python Example Let’s look at how the three examples above (single-threaded synchronous, single-threaded asynchronous, and multi-threaded synchronous) would work in a Python example. Let’s look at a few differ...Learn More
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  8. Limit Work for Reliable Servers (with examples in Go/gRPC)

    One of the leading causes of cascading failures in software systems is trying to do too much work at the same time. Many servers, such as the Go HTTP and gRPC servers, will start working on an unlimited number ...Learn More
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  9. Go: A Tale of Concurrency ( A Beginners Guide )

    Go Routines & Blocking Operations Goroutines are the most basic way concurrency is implemented in Golang. They are basically functions which have been prefixed with the keyword go Luckily the code can be conv...Learn More
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  10. What You Should Know About Concurrency — Part III — Implementation

    Ada Concurrency We will focus on synchronous message passing. Ada tasks consist of two syntactic parts: specification and body. The interface of tasks is points of entry or where the messages are accepted. Jus...Learn More
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  11. Pipeline Patterns in Go

    Pipeline Patterns in Go Pipelines with Error-handling and Cancellation Introduction The Go Blog has an excellent article on the pipeline pattern written by Sameer Ajmani. In this article, that pipeline patte...Learn More
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  12. When Parallelism Beats Concurrency

    Introduction To start with, let’s take a brief look at what we should be understanding as concurrency and parallelism. Concurrency In layman’s terms, concurrency is the situation where, in order to solve a p...Learn More
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