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Genesis Chapter 6

Remember earlier when I said that, since God promised a harsher punishment for Adam and Eve than he actually delivered, “the child’s respect for the parent’s word of law could erode”? 586 more words


Genesis Chapter 5

So Seth, Eve’s son who essentially replaced Abel, seems to be the true inheritor of Adam’s legacy. Seth is first described as “in his own likeness, in his image.” This, of course, parallels Adam’s relationship to God, making Seth the most God-like of Adam’s sons. 432 more words


Using immutable collections for thread-safe read-only operations in .NET

Sometimes you have a scenario where multiple threads need to read from the same shared collection. We’ve looked at the 4 concurrent, i.e. thread-safe collection types on this blog that are available in the System.Collections.Concurrent namespace. 388 more words


Genesis Chapter 1

This first chapter oversees the creation of many binaries—heaven and earth, light and darkness, morning and evening, moon and sun, etc. There is an overarching sense of progressive division—one becomes two. 695 more words


PL/SQL Parallelism - an example with UTL_MAIL and dbms_scheduler

Parallelism in PL/SQL can be achieved using  dbms_parallel_execute but here is an example where the requirement was…

  1. send emails from Oracle RDBMS using UTL_MAIL
  2. achieve controlled parallelism like ‘n’ emails using ‘k’ parallel threads.
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A common platform for concurrent bags, stacks and queues in .NET

We’ve looked at the available concurrent collections in .NET before:

3 of these objects implement the same interface. Can you guess which three are similar in some sense? 450 more words


Asynchronous programming in java

Today I want to talk about Asynchronous programming, particularly how we can apply asynchronous programming using Java. Let start with simple question..

What is Asynchronous program ? 1,491 more words

Functional Programming