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Moving beyond Map, Collection, List, and Set: John Zukowski discusses the new library release in the Tiger release of the J2SE platform and what it provides: a set of utilities commonly needed in concurrent programs. If you are interested in optimizing multithreaded access to your collections, you've come to the right place. (This intermediate-level article was first published by IBM developerWorks, June 16, 2004, at http://www.ibm.com/developerWorks.)

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. Taming Tiger: Concurrent Collections
  2. Using the Basic Queues
  3. Using the Blocking Queues
  4. Using the ConcurrentMap implementation
  5. Resources
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October 27, 2004

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Participate in the discussion forum on this article. (You can also click Discuss at the top or bottom of the article to access the forum.)

Download J2SE 1.5 Beta 2 from the Sun Developer Network.

Download the source code example zip file used in this article.

Read the java.util.concurrent package Javadocs for 1.5.0.

Read all about the Concurrency Utilities in the documentation for JSR-166.

Follow the progress of JSR-166 by signing up for the concurrency-interest mailing list.

Java theory and practice columnist Brian Goetz discusses Doug Lea's earlier util.concurrent package in "Concurrency made simple (sort of)" (developerWorks, November 2002) and "Concurrent collections classes" (developerWorks, July 2003).

Read the complete set of Taming Tiger tips from John Zukowski. And if you're still working with J2SE 1.4, you'll want to read Magic with Merlin series, too.

Learn the principles of threading in the "Introduction to Java threads" tutorial.

Start at the source of the java.util.concurrent package by exploring Doug Lea's book, Concurrent Programming in Java: Design Principles and Patterns (Addison-Wesley, 1999).

Examine the progress of Tiger (J2SE 1.5) with JSR 176.

Email bug reports to Sun at j2se-beta-feedback@sun.com.

Visit the Developer Bookstore for a comprehensive listing of technical books, including hundreds of Java-related titles.

You'll find hundreds of articles about every aspect of Java programming in the developerWorks Java technology zone.

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See the URL for the download zip file in the Resources list:

http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/java/library/j-tiger06164.html

About the author

John Zukowski conducts strategic Java consulting with JZ Ventures, Inc. and is working with SavaJe Technologies to develop a next-generation mobile phone platform. His latest books are Mastering Java 2, J2SE 1.4 (Sybex, April 2002) and Learn Java with JBuilder 6 (Apress, March 2002). Reach him at jaz@zukowski.net.

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