Multithreading and Concurrency in Java: Introduction to Concurrent Programming

Java SE 13    |    Intermediate
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Concurrent programming in Java allows you to run multiple sequences of operations at the same time using a variety of objects and mechanisms. In this course, you'll learn about concurrent programming concepts such as threads and processes, including working with multiple tasks, multithreading, and multiprocessing. You'll explore race conditions and concurrency challenges and how to achieve concurrent thread synchronization using locks. Next, you'll look at how semaphores can be used and conditions that may cause deadlocks. You'll examine Java objects that aid in working with multithreaded application, using atomic operations, and the benefits of using thread pools to manage multiple concurrently executing threads. Finally, you'll learn use cases of the Futures object and the Fork/Join framework in terms of executing multiple threads.


  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
    identify a sequential execution plan as well as its limitations
    describe a multithreaded approach to tackling multiple tasks
    distinguish between multithreading and multi-processing and describe the benefits and drawbacks of each approach
    recognize a race condition and how this could lead to inconsistent outcomes
    describe how synchronization of concurrent threads can be achieved using locks
    identify use cases for semaphores and describe how they can be used
  • recognize the conditions under which concurrent threads may become deadlocked and how this can be prevented
    recall Java objects that can be used to enable and simplify working with a multithreaded application
    compare and contrast synchronization using locks with the use of atomic operations on atomic variables
    describe the benefits of thread pools when it comes to management of multiple concurrently executing threads
    list use cases of the Future object in Java and the Fork/Join framework when it comes to executing multiple threads
    summarize the key concepts covered in this course



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