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Multithreading and Concurrency in java

Wilky S.

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31 Videos (6h)
    • Multithreading in java promo

      1:24
    • Threads

      3:47
    • Threads Use

      8:25
    • Creating threads

      3:33
    • Lifecycle of a thread

      7:07
    • Synchronization

      18:17
    • Semaphore

      6:36
    • Semaphore Code

      18:05
    • Interrupt

      9:19
    • Interrupts 2

      15:04
    • 6 Reentrant lock

      5:47
    • ReentrantLock-code

      16:32
    • DeadLock

      3:43
    • Deadlock code

      14:06
    • Wait and notify

      15:07
    • Lowlevelsynchronization

      14:44
    • Lowlevelsynchronization 2

      7:17
    • Starvation code

      18:45
    • ExecutorServices

      8:59
    • Blocking Queue

      10:42
    • ConcurrentHashMap

      15:54
    • CyclicBarrier code

      17:30
    • CallableAndFuture Code

      20:01
    • AtomicInteger code

      18:05
    • CountDownLatch

      4:33
    • CountDownLatch Code

      10:50
    • Delay Queue

      11:51
    • Livelock

      1:43
    • LiveLock Demo

      12:56
    • FairLock

      15:35
    • Dining Philosopher Problem

      24:14

About This Class

This course contains the basics of multithreading and concurrent programming with utility classes from concurrent package of the java framework . We will consider the low level concepts such as threads, synchronization and locks. One section is dedicated to concurrent library that includes built in classes and interfaces that we can use when implementing multithreaded applications. We will do practical and examples in the discussion.

The concept of multithreading is very important and very essential when you are working in large applications or on mobile app development. But at the same time it is very complex to understand and implement so we have tried our best to cover everything you need to know about the concepts by discussing the theory in detail and then doing the coding part of the same.

Thanks for joining my course,

Best of luck! and Happy  Coding

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