Spice up collections with generics and concurrency

Use the Java Collections Framework enhancements in Java SE 6

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John Zukowski

Date archived: December 19, 2016 | First published: April 08, 2008

The Java™ Collections Framework is an important aspect of the Java platform. Both desktop and enterprise applications typically collect items to work with. This article shows you how to work with collections while taking advantage of enhancements made to the framework in Java SE 6. You can go far beyond HashMap or TreeSet by using generics and concurrency features to make your applications more maintainable and scalable.

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