Christian at the Carbon Five Community recently published an interesting blog article on Multithreaded Testing. Christian showed how to use Java 5 built-in concurrency features to create a nice, clean multithreaded test for an article dispatcher. It’s a good example of using the Java concurrency features, but I wondered about the effectiveness of the test.
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Multiple processor and multicore computing platforms are becoming very common and most programmers are aware that special Java programming techniques are required in these environments. A popular technique is to ensure that your code always executes in a single thread. It’s a reasonable strategy but it’s very easy to unintentionally violate that constraint. Consider this
This weekend I attended the Groovy and Grails Experience (2GX) conference. I had done some Groovy scripting and had played with Grails a little. However, this was a good chance to dive into some more advanced topics like Groovy metaprogramming and Grail’s GORM. My favorite talk was Glen Smith’s overview of Grails plugins for Rich