Concurrency defects such as race conditions and deadlocks are software defect types that are unique to multi-threaded applications. Complex and hard-to-find, these defects can quickly derail a software project. To avoid catastrophic failures in multithreaded applications, software development organizations must understand how to identify and eliminate these deadly problems early in the application development lifecycle.
Ensuring Code Quality in Multi-threaded C/C++ Apps
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