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I am maintaining a desktop application that is multi threaded. It has lots of threads running on the background
and access some shared resource(objects).
Often times I encounter issues related to sychronization and I find it hard to debug a multi threaded application
especially I dont encounter issues when I am testing but the problem arises when it is in production run.
I have gone through the Java Sun tutorial and I think I got myself the basics. But I am making myself a favor
by buying a book that I could read so that I could understand what is happening in my application and hopefully
change something.. for the better.
I can only manage to purchase one book. Can you share with me a good book that does not assume that you are
already adept at using threads and would teach you from ground up?
I have read several free resource that Javas implementation of threads might be confusing so a good design is a must.
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