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Efficient Java Multithreading and Concurrency with Executors

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Product is rated as #178 in category Java

*** Latest Update: Course updated and all videos re–recorded in June–2020 ***

Learn all the concepts of Java’s Executors API from scratch in combination with parallel concepts of the Threads API. Develop skills and deepen your knowledge of advanced multi–threading concepts by learning various tips & techniques and becoming aware of pitfalls when using Executors API. And … refresh your advanced Threads–API concepts as well.

Do you know how to return values using the normal Threads API and its Runnables?

Do you know the various ways of terminating threads midway for both the APIs?

Do you know how to ‘join threads’ using Executors?

Do you know that you cannot catch stray exceptions leaked out from a thread by using try–catch block – neither in the Threads API nor in the Executors one? And that this can lead to third–party code killing your scalable, high–performance and high–availability enterprise application?

Do you know how to check if a task has finished execution using both the APIs?

Do you know what are daemon threads and how to create them using Executors?

Do you know how to name Executor threads?

Do you know the various ways to schedule tasks for running in future using both the APIs? Do you know the various ‘types’ of scheduling?

Instructor Details

I am a software professional with around 15 years of experience building multi-tier enterprise systems for large investment banks, financial services providers and telecom companies. Right now, I am working with a multi-national telecom company based out of US. Most of my experience has been on Java/JEE and related technologies only but I have worked on IBM Mainframes and some Microsoft technologies as well. My main areas of expertise are Core Java, Web-programming using JSPs and Servlets, Groovy, Grails, Spring, Hibernate, OSGi, Eclipse RCP, Eclipse RAP and creating DSLs using Xtext & Xtend. I have been involved in building architecture and design of multiple applications with requirements of high-performance, high-availability, scalability, interoperability and high-maintainability.

Specification: Efficient Java Multithreading and Concurrency with Executors

Duration

5.5 hours

Year

2020

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

No

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    Ashish Tom Cherian

    Good

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    Surendra Kumar Gautam

    The instructor is less interactive and feels like reading a paragraph while talking. Also his explanations to the core concepts are less and his focus is to run the program

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    Bhuvaneswari Balasubramanian

    Effective

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    Lokesh Rapuru

    All the concepts are explained with simple examples and easy to understand

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    Jeetendra

    Yes, Multithreading Very Well Explained by Arun.

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    Rohan Avhad

    Very good practical example to support the theory . That way understanding the concept becomes easy also we get to know the real life coding situations

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    Mahendra Sharma

    Instructor is not knowledgeable , he has wasted lot of time in writing the code, less presentation skills. wastage of money. please dont buy this course.

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    Atul Agarwal

    ok

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    Saquib Aftab

    Course was good and basic…But at some places I felt like explanation could be better..Overall a good course to start out when you want to learn multi threading..

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