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Writing truly concurrent software on the Java Virtual Machine just got a whole lot easier. The Akka Toolkit takes the sting out of coding for multiple cores, multiple. Buy AKKA Concurrency by Derek Wyatt (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Akka Concurrency Building reliable software in a multi-core world. by Derek Wyatt. Writing truly concurrent software on the Java Virtual.
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Return to Book Page. Preview — Akka Concurrency by Derek Wyatt. Akka Concurrency by Derek Wyatt. Writing truly concurrent software on the Java Virtual Machine just got a whole lot easier. The Akka Toolkit takes the sting out of coding for multiple cores, multiple processors, and even multiple machines. Akka Concurrency will show you what it means to design and write software in the paradigm of Akka.
You’ll learn how to think about your software in new and exciting ways Writing truly concurrent software on the Java Virtual Machine just got a whole lot easier. You’ll learn how to think about your software in new and exciting ways that will allow you to express your designs naturally, allowing you to focus on the business of your software more than on the concurrency of it.
This book picks up where the Akka documentation leaves off, exploring the how and the why of Akka, in a way that will empower you to grow your applications to new levels of scalability, responsiveness, and performance. Published May by Artima first published February 1st To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Akka Concurrencyplease sign up. Lists with This Book. May 06, Sebastian Gebski rated it it was amazing.
I really love books written in a way that it’s very clear that: The examples used are all based on one particular “proj Fabulous, tremendous. The examples used are all based on one particular “project” case plane flightbut they are very well “decoupled” so you can easily jump back few chapters to remind yourself something and there’s no problem with the context of example.
The code formatting was a bit of an issue on Kindle Fire – it was not horrible, but linebreaks were really painful sometimes 2. It’s not really author’s fault: Nov 26, Anatoliy Kaverin rated it liked it.
Good starting book to get the feeling of Actors paradigm. I’ve used Akka for Java based project, so reading examples was a bit harder as they are in Scala. Another aspect – I think that examples based on aircraft at the book are too verbose for simple concept authors are trying to demonstrate. In any way – good starting point if you wish to dig into Actors pattern Akka implementation. Jun 21, Leonid rated it it was amazing. Great introduction to akka, which goes from the very beginning and high-level concepts, and to in-depth “under the hood” moments and implementation nuances, which matter to more experienced users.
Also, it’s written in a very easy language, with nice examples and explanations. Sep 16, Jan Kroken rated it liked it.
May 23, Julia Astakhova rated it liked it. Good book, good subject: I liked the language which the book is written with – it’s like talking with a friend in the bar, very colourful and alive, but sometimes palpably verbose. So if time is valuable, maybe this book is not a right choice. After reading this book I have a pretty good understanding what akka is, how it works, what programming paradigm lies underneath this library, how to use its advantages and not to get trapped in concurrency problems.
Still there were not that brilliant ex Good book, good subject: Still there were not that brilliant explanations sometimes – e. I had to use external sources to finally understand what is a core difference between routers and dispatchers, do one need to combine them and what happens if to try different combinations of their types.
I also can’t mention a striking difference between scala’s akka and its java API shown in a one of last chapters. As for a java programmer in past, it was shockingly for me to read through all this redundant code when the same meaning of the whole java code page could be put into one scala row as I just learnt from the previous chapters.
Sep 07, Andreas Manessinger rated it really liked it. I may change my mind, but for now I am done with the book. My only complaint is about the writing style. It’s full of narrow cultural references that make sense I assume if you are American, but that rather occlude instead of enlighten if you’re not. Well, in this case I know what he means, but unfortunately there’s much, much more of that and it tires me.
On the other hand, as I said, it’s a didactically excellent tutorial. If Akka is what you want to learn, this is your book. Feb 06, Enrique rated it liked it.
Jul 14, Juliusz Gonera rated it it was amazing. Funniest technical book that i recall reading. Lots of serious content too. So much in fact that it can serve both as a verbose intro as well as a example-rich reference material.
Examples are the gist of the book, as are numerous and understandable. It also contains lots of advice with regard to testing and actor system design patterns. Jul 13, Greg rated it it was amazing.
Great, great book on akka. Some things like clustering or persistence is not covered but it still makes a first book to read when approaching akka.
Dec 31, Milan Aleksic rated it really liked it. The book was fun, detailed, although the topic was extremely complex to handle properly.
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The only problem I had is the amount of time I needed to spent to catch, handle and fix bugs and missing parts of the source code not shipped with the book unfortunately. Jun 06, Mark rated it really liked it Shelves: I actually liked the writing style of this book a lot and I was enjoying it, but Akka changed after it was written.
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