This course could be your most productive learning experience ever! It is aimed at the busy Java professional who wants to quickly learn and apply new essentials on core Java topics. All topics have been thoroughly researched by Dr Heinz Kabutz, famous in over 145 countries for his Java Specialists' Newsletter .
Extreme Java - Concurrency Performance is only concurrency course endorsed by Brian Goetz, author of the best-seller Java Concurrency in Practice. Our course is loosely based on Goetz' excellent book, but adapted for modern Java.
During the course we use the new Java 8 syntax for lambdas and streams, making the code more readable. You will learn about threading, performance, compare-and-swap non-blocking constructs, garbage collectors and many other topics that you will be able to quickly apply in your own work. We will also cover all relevant constructs found in Java 8, such as StampedLock, LongAdder, parallel streams and many more. As a side effect, you will get familiar with Java 8 lambdas and streams.
Please look at the outline to see all the topics covered. During the training, you will always get a chance to try out what you have learned in carefully thought out exercises. This will help you understand and quickly internalize what you have just learned.
Students who have successfully completed this course, can expect the following outcomes:
After successful completion of the course and all the exercises, students qualify for a "course completion certificate" similar to the following:
Heinz Kabutz is the author of The Java Specialists’ Newsletter, a publication enjoyed by tens of thousands of Java experts in over 145 countries. His book “Dynamic Proxies (in German)” was #1 Bestseller on Amazon.de in Fachbücher für Informatik for about five minutes until Amazon fixed their algorithm. Thanks to a supportive mother, he has now sold 5 copies.
Heinz’s Java Specialists’ newsletter is filled with amusing anecdotes of life on the Island of Crete. He is a popular speaker at all the best Java conferences around the world, and also at some of the worst. He teaches Java courses in classrooms around the world, where his prime objective is to make absolutely sure that none of his students fall asleep. He is not always successful.