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Patterns and the democratization of concurrent programming

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1 Author(s)
D. Lea ; State Univ. of New York, Oswego, NY, USA

Although precise numbers are lacking, statistics suggest that the number of concurrent programmers has sky-rocketed over the past few years and will continue to do so. This stems mainly from Java's emergence-it's the first ubiquitous concurrent programming language. The rise in concurrent programmers also reflects an increased use of common C++ multithreaded class libraries and frameworks, Posix pthread library standardization, and other wide spectrum concurrent languages. Although only a small proportion of code found in today's production programs, applications, and systems directly exploits concurrency, every programmer should at least be aware of concurrency

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IEEE Concurrency  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 4 )