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Java 7 Concurrency Cookbook: Does Java7 provide new features to make concurrency programming easier?

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Hi Javier,

Concurrency programming in Java is hard to me. I'm not confident when my code runs in multi-thread environment. Does Java 7 provide some new features to make things easier?

I play a little with Scala this year. It seems the immutable objects is way easier to do concurrency programming. What's your opinion on this?

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Hello Qunfeng

Java 7 doesn't introduce new features to make life easier to programmers. The most significant new feature it's the Fork/Join framework, but it's a kind of Executor and Executors where introduced in Java 5. I suppose that you know it. The new features of Java Concurrency API are oriented to concrete problems and they

I haven't worked with Scala yet, but it's on my list of pending tasks. I want to test the concurrency features of Scala, Groovy and Clojure.

If you need more info, please let me know.
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