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07: Reactive Programming (RP) in Java Interview Q&A

Q1. Explain “pull” vs “push” paradigms (aka imperative/interactive vs reactive) with respect to processing data in programming? A1. Interactive/imperative Programming (Pull): is all about asking for something and getting it in return. One common pattern in this world is the iterator pattern, which loops through and pull data out of…...

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3. Multi-Threading – Create a simple framework where work items can be submitted

Q: Create a simple framework where work items can be submitted using Java 8 or later. Here are the use cases: #1: A work item is an instance of a class. #2: The definition of “parallelism” controls how many threads are created to execute the work items in parallel (aka…...

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10: ♦ ExecutorService Vs Fork/Join & Future Vs CompletableFuture Interview Q&A

Q1. What is the difference between “ExecutorService” and “Fork/Join Framework“? A1. The Fork/Join framework uses a special kind of thread pool known as the ForkJoinPool, which is a specialized implementation of ExecutorService implementing the 1) work-stealing algorithm, in which the idle workers steal the work from those workers who are

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