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Recently inducted as an Oracle Java Champion, Victor Grazi has been at Credit Suisse since 2005, where he works in Investment Banking Architecture on platform architecture, and as a technical consultant and Java evangelist. He is also a frequent presenter at technical conferences where he speaks about his first love, Java concurrency, and other Java related topics.

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Jul 07, 2013

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  • Java Concurrent Animated

    by rajesh parab /

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    Presentation is good but could not see animation took place.
    camera should be on screen during Victor executing the animation.

  • Presentation slides inadequate to display animation

    by Andrew Lee /

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    To my understanding, there would be animation of the threads' activity on screen. However, the current format as of 7/10/2013 does not show any animation on the slides, but rather have a static slides. It's unfortunate that the richness of the animations is lost.

  • Re: Presentation slides inadequate to display animation

    by Andrew Lee /

    Your message is awaiting moderation. Thank you for participating in the discussion.

    To my understanding, there would be animation of the threads' activity on screen. However, the current format as of 7/10/2013 does not show any animation on the slides, but rather have a static slides. It's unfortunate that the richness of the animations is lost.


    I have located Victor Grazi's presentation. It can be found below.
    sourceforge.net/projects/javaconcurrenta/
    More info can be found below:
    javaconcurrenta.sourceforge.net/

    Please do not use misuse and/or abuse the resources provided.

  • Java Concurrent Animated

    by Don Milotte /

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    Nice summary - I have always found concurrency difficult to grasp

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