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Thread safety: C#: Design Patterns
Thread safety: C#: Design Patterns

While it's a fairly straightforward process to apply The Singleton Pattern, a crucial aspect that may be overlooked in whether or not it's thread safe. In this video, Reynald shows how to enhance the code to make it thread safe using the lock keyword and then goes a step further by refactoring to make the code even more concise and leaving the .Net framework to take on more responsibility. An exercise solution file is provided to compare the final results.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Design Patterns Developer Programming Languages C#

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