Groovy and Concurrency

A session at Strange Loop 2010

This talk looks at using Groovy for multi-threaded, concurrent and
grid computing. It covers everything from using processes, multiple
threads, the concurrency libraries ear-marked for Java 7, functional
programming, actors including GPars, as well as map/reduce, grid
and cloud computing frameworks. We'll look at leveraging Java techniques
as well as Groovy specific approaches.

Multiple Processes with Ant, Java and Groovy

Multiple threads - Java and Groovy support

The java.util.concurrent APIs, Fork/Join, Atomicity and more

Useful Java libraries: Google collections and others

Actor/Dataflow libraries: Jetlang, GPars

Polyglot solutions with Scala and Clojure

Grid computing and cloud solutions

Testing multi-threaded programs

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Paul King

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