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Monu Tripathi
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Hi!

I develop mobile applications for Android platform. These devices essentially are single processor, RISC machines. Though I will read your book whenever I get my hands on a copy and some reading time, what chapters of your book would you recommend for my reading?

Thanks.


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Monu Tripathi wrote:Hi!

I develop mobile applications for Android platform. These devices essentially are single processor, RISC machines. Though I will read your book whenever I get my hands on a copy and some reading time, what chapters of your book would you recommend for my reading?

Thanks.


If you haven't done any multithreaded programming yet, I'd recommend to start with some other book first, maybe one from the bibliography :-) Probably the chapters on the locks, queueing and the correct exit are the ones cutting more straight to the chase.
 
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