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Divide & Conquer Problematic threads!

Thread dump analysis is a critical aspect of diagnosing performance problems and identifying the root causes of issues in Java applications. However, it can often be a daunting and time-consuming task, especially when dealing with numerous threads and intricate stack... Continue Reading →

Harnessing Precision in Thread Dump Analysis with ‘My Patterns’

Java thread dump analysis is the art of precision—a journey that leads to uncovering the most elusive issues within your Java applications. In this world of intricate threads and complex code, fastThread's 'My Patterns' feature shines as your friendly companion.... Continue Reading →

Untangling Deadlocks Caused by Java’s parallelStream

Concurrency is both the boon and bane of software development. The promise of enhanced performance through parallel processing comes hand in hand with intricate challenges, such as the notorious deadlock. Deadlocks, those insidious hiccups in the world of multithreaded programming,... Continue Reading →

How to capture and analyze Thread dumps in Android?

Discover the power of thread dumps in Android development. Learn what thread dumps are, how to capture them using commands like 'dumpsys thread' and 'jstack,' and uncover the insights they offer. Explore the effectiveness of 'fastThread,' a user-friendly tool that... Continue Reading →

Parallel Sort

Everyone knows about what sorting is. There are so many computer algorithms that have emerged to support sorting. Some of the well-known algorithms are quick sort, heap sort, merge sort etc. All these sorting algorithms are working based on sequential... Continue Reading →

‘Troubleshooting Java’ book features fastThread

Laurentio Spilca who is a skilled Java and Spring developer and an experienced technology instructor has written a book called Troubleshooting Java: Read, debug, and optimize JVM applications. The book teaches code investigation techniques that will help efficiently understand how... Continue Reading →

Parallelism in ConcurrentHashMap

ConcurrentHashMap is used extensively in multi-threaded applications. The examples of multi-threaded applications are online gaming applications, chat applications, it adds the benefit of concurrency to the application. To make application more  concurrent in nature, ConcurrentHashMap introduces a concept called ‘Parallelism’.... Continue Reading →

Java Static Synchronized method behavior

In our earlier post, we learnt that when a method is synchronized, only one thread will be allowed to enter the method. In this post, let's discuss the behavior of static synchronized methods. Video: To see the visual walk-through of this... Continue Reading →

Can threads execute same synchronized method on different objects?

In our earlier post, we learnt that when a method is synchronized, only one thread will be allowed to enter the method. In this post, let's do a little bit of deep dive - let’s discuss whether threads can invoke... Continue Reading →

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