[concurrency-interest] Joint Talk for JavaOne?

Nathan Reynolds nathan.reynolds at oracle.com
Thu Apr 5 13:01:16 EDT 2012

I am curious as to the intended content of your presentation.  Here's 
some ideas.  I wondering what you are planing on doing.

 1. Printing the call stacks with lock information using a tool such as
 2. Press the "Detect Deadlock" button in JConsole
 3. Dealing with Lock and Condition objects instead of synchronized blocks
 4. Detecting live lock
 5. Distributed deadlocks

Nathan Reynolds 
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On 4/5/2012 7:57 AM, Dr Heinz M. Kabutz wrote:
> Good afternoon,
> I am thinking of submitting a talk on finding and diagnosing deadlocks 
> for JavaOne.  It might be a workshop, instead of a simple conference 
> talk.  Or we might be able to turn the talk into a workshop where they 
> need to find a deadlock in a body of code.  Could be something 
> different, which might go incredibly well or crash in a blaze of 
> flames.  Would any of you be interested in co-presenting this with me 
> at JavaOne?
> Regards
> Heinz
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