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Caching in the Application Framework

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Storing smaller subsets of data in a faster, closer memory can make astronomical differences in performance. This episode we're talking about the caching tools and techniques that application frameworks provide.

The original version of the shownotes can be found at:
http://www.codingblocks.net/episode46

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Nulls, Procs, and Imposter Syndrome

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