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Posted 28 Jan 2013

Implementing a Generic Object Pool in .NET

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



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7 - publicly available No 1-Feb-13 11:20 Available Sean Ewington
Updates in content.
6 No 1-Feb-13 10:18 Pending Ofir Makmal
Updates in content.
5 No 1-Feb-13 10:16 Pending Ofir Makmal
Small performance improvement while returning an object to the pool.
4 No 28-Jan-13 5:38 Available Smitha Nishant
Updates in content. 159 changes had been made.
3 No 28-Jan-13 5:08 Pending Ofir Makmal
Updates in content. 12 changes had been made.
2 No 28-Jan-13 5:03 Composing Ofir Makmal
Updates in content. 15 changes had been made.
1 No 28-Jan-13 5:01 Composing Ofir Makmal
Initial creation


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