Virtual Threads in Java

Virtual Threads in Java Professional Seminar
The use of virtual threads can assist us with improving the performance of our code. Learn how to use virtual threads effectively.

When creating a virtual thread, unlike a non-virtual one, we don’t create a native thread running by the operating system. The virtual thread is executed using an existing thread that belongs to pool of threads the JVM manages. 

The Virtual Threads in Java Meetup

On July 11th we had a meetup dedicated to virtual threads in Java. The meetup took place online and it was delivered in English. If you are interested in attending our coming meetups please join the life michael academy meetup group. You can find it at

The Virtual Threads in Java Seminar

You can find more information about the premium professional seminars we deliver at One of these seminars is the Virtual Threads in Java seminar. 

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