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Implementing a Generic Object Pool in .NET

, 1 Feb 2013 CPOL
A walk-through an implementation of a Generic Object Pool that is much more.

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Ofir Makmal
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I'm a Consultant at Sela Group, love planning distributed systems from the ground up, designing and implementing infrastructure components in a performance-oriented approach.
I have a real passion for performance tuning, troubleshooting, .Net internals and multi-threading patterns and an enthusiastic Windows Phone application developer (Author of Windows Phone Bazaar - www.wp-bazaar.com/).
 
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