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Synchronization Basics and Concept of Using a Synchronized Wrapper

, 21 Feb 2005
To prevent concurrent access to a data structure, one way is to use thread-aware objects, the other is to make a thread-safe wrapper for the object.

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volkan.ozcelik
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Volkan is a java enterprise architect who left his full-time senior developer position to venture his ideas and dreams. He codes C# as a hobby, trying to combine the .Net concept with his Java and J2EE know-how. He also works as a freelance web application developer/designer.
 
Volkan is especially interested in database oriented content management systems, web design and development, web standards, usability and accessibility.
 
He was born on May '79. He has graduated from one of the most reputable universities of his country (i.e. Bogazici University) in 2003 as a Communication Engineer. He also has earned his Master of Business Administration degree from a second university in 2006.

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