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Java Concurrency vs Scala Concurrency vs Go Concurrency

 
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Hi Doug,

I am new to the concurrency world, and keen to learn concurrency in depth.

Java Concurrency -Fork/Join Framework, Executor Framework, Multihreading
Scala Concurrency- Actor Model (Akka Toolkit, Vert.x)
Go Concurrency- SubRoutines.
JavaScript Concurrency- Non Blocking, Asynchronous NodeJS Concurrency models.

I wish to understand which concurrency models is best, when and why?

I would like to learn the fundamentals and advanced concepts and significance of concurrency using each of the programming language.

Hence I would like to win course.

Regards,
-Pankaj.



 
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Akka is not Scala-specific.
You can happily use it in a Java project.  It's a very good tool.
 
Pankaj Shet
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Yes but I believe Akka is generally used with Scala for scalability purpose, rather than Java.


 
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In my experience it has the same effect in Java.
It's the same mechanism under the hood.
 
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So I wish to understand how this works in both languages
 
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