This article describes a concurrency design pattern, which is a category of design pattern used by software engineers, when writing computer programs. 

Introduction

A concurrency pattern is a category of design pattern, used in software engineering, to identify methods that a computer program uses to handle multi-threaded tasks.

The benefits of concurrency design patterns

These patterns help us to create and enhance an interface between objects, synchronise shared memory between threads, make data thread-safe, monitor progress and manage threads and events.

Concurrency Patterns

 

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