If I Were King: Fixing Java’s Threading Problems
In a way, the previous chapters are a litany of everything wrong with the Java threading model and a set of Band-Aid solutions to those problems. I call the classes Band-Aids because the problems addressed by the classes should really be part of the syntax of the Java language. Using syntactic methods rather than libraries can give you better code in the long run since the compiler and JVM working together can perform optimizations that would be difficult or impossible with a library approach.
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