Is "Java Concurrency in Practice" still valid in era of Java 8?

One of my reader Shobhit asked this question on my blog post about 12 must read advanced Java books for intermediate programmers - part1. I really like the question and thought that many Java programmers might have the same doubt whenever someone recommends them to read Java concurrency in Practice. When this book came first in 2006, Java world was still not sure of about new concurrency changes made in Java 1.5, I think the first big attempt to improve Java's built-in support for multi-threading and concurrency. Many Java programmers were even not aware of new tools introduced in the API e.g. CountDownLatch, CyclicBarrier, ConcurrentHashMap and much more. The book offered them the seamless introduction of those tools and how they can use them to write high-performance concurrent Java applications.
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