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Groovy in Action, Second Edition by Dierk König and Paul King with Guillaume Laforge, Hamlet D'Arcy, Cédric Champeau, Erik Pragt, and Jon Skeet

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Chapter 18. Concurrent Groovy with GPars

This chapter covers

  • Making concurrency more approachable with Groovy
  • Using different types of task coordination
  • Putting these concepts to work with the GPars library

The tools we use have a profound (and devious!) influence on our thinking habits, and, therefore, on our thinking abilities.

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We’ll start our exploration with general considerations about concurrency followed by moving from the simple to the more advanced usages of concurrency. We’ll visit waypoints that show various means of coordinating concurrent tasks, from predefined coordination ...

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