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How to evaluate JNI approaches with Java and Fortran? [on hold]

Right now we've got about 150k lines of Java broken into two major parts. The first contains an implementation of the algorithms we're hoping to redo in Fortran, and the second has a good chunk of GUI ...
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Is Akka a good solution for a concurrent pipeline/workflow problem?

Disclaimer: I am brand new to Akka and the concept of Actors/Event-Driven Architectures in general. I have to implement a fairly complex problem where users can configure a "concurrent pipeline": ...
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Push-Based Events in a Services Oriented Architecture

I have come to a point, in building a services oriented architecture (on top of Thrift), that I need to expose events and allow listeners. My initial thought was, "create an EventService" to handle ...
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event source calls methods in a interface

I am using Java. How does an event source like a (button in a GUI) knows which method to call in an interface? For example, I am listening to Mouse Events and have implemented a Mouse Listener ...
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Why are wrapper classes not suited for use in callback frameworks?

I just read the question what are callback frameworks?, where the asker cites the following from Effective Java: The disadvantages of wrapper classes are few. One caveat is that wrapper classes ...