[concurrency-interest] Concurrency Utilities in Practice
Mon, 24 Nov 2003 10:12:27 -0800 (PST)
I am using the concurrent package for a large
site in NY .We're getting few millions hit a day.
We're the concurrent package as a way to process
simultaneous request to the backend in an asynchronous
fashion .Those calls are used to build the homepage
of the site (Portal Applications)and also process
So,we're using a quite "high level API" from the
concurrent package such as Callable, TimedCallable,
We found the concurrent package an an alternative to
the JMS API which usually require a J2EE container.
Let me know if you're interested .
--- Tim Peierls <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Joe Bowbeer and I are preparing a Birds-of-a-Feather
> session at JavaOne
> San Francisco 2004 entitled "Concurrency Utilities
> in Practice", yet to
> be approved. Doug Lea is the session leader. The
> idea is to present real
> programs that make essential use of JSR-166 tools.
> We have two such programs in mind, a
> SwingWorker-like utility and an
> internet-based digital map rendering system. We
> would like to know
> about other practical applications of JSR-166 that
> you think would
> fit into this presentation.
> If you have a real program that uses j.u.c (or is
> soon to be converted
> from dl.u.c) that you think exemplifies some aspect
> of JSR-166, or just
> an idea about what kinds of examples we should be
> looking for, please
> let us know.
> Also, if you expect to be at JavaOne and would be
> interested in giving
> a mini-presentation (< 10 minutes) as part of this
> session, please let
> us know.
> Joseph Bowbeer <email@example.com>
> Tim Peierls <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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