Article:
  VB.NET OOP Part 3: The Singleton Pattern
Subject:   Thread-safety
Date:   2002-12-07 15:59:54
From:   anonymous2
You might want to mention the multi-threaded scenario.


The factory method should be lock-protected (even if just for efficiency). And, unless you ensure the entire class is stateless, all non-static methods must also be lock-protected.


Hope this helps. :-)