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Java. Java concurrency

This course is adaptive: it will adjust according to your skill

About the course

Practical (and adaptive) (and hopefully fun ;) way to study Java concurrency. Have you ever wondered what are those java.util.concurrent classes good for, look no further. This course is full of examples and practical exercises you have to complete to master the area of Java concurrency.

Instructors

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    Aliaksandr Kazlou
    Hi! My name is Alex! I am experienced software engineer, working mostly with Java backend technologies! I have a passion for the distributed systems, concurrency (Java/Go/Clojure), automation and DevOps, which I try to share here on Stepik!
    Hope you will enjoy my courses, and hope everyone will find and learn something new there.

Reviews

There is a lack of theory and examples.
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The course is useful, but it's not enough theory to solve the tests. And it would have been even better if there had been practice tasks (not only tests) based on the course' theory.
Course is very useful and practical
4.4 All reviews

Practical (and adaptive) (and hopefully fun ;) way to study Java concurrency. Many examples, quizzes and even research you will be challenged to do to master Java concurrency. After completing this course you should be able to have a solid foundation and understanding of the Java concurrency concepts, building primitives, managing concurrent programs, as well as getting some knowledge about similarity in concurrency primitives between Java and Go! Go ahead and enroll to see yourself!

Expected time to complete:
2 hours
Language:
English
Certificate:
Not issuing

About the course

Practical (and adaptive) (and hopefully fun ;) way to study Java concurrency. Have you ever wondered what are those java.util.concurrent classes good for, look no further. This course is full of examples and practical exercises you have to complete to master the area of Java concurrency.

Requirements

Basic knowledge of Java (and lambdas from Java 8) would be helpful.

Target audience

Anyone who is interested in Java concurrency or concurrency in general. No prior experience in Java concurrency is required.

This course is entirely free. All content is available now.