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Gray Squirrels Caching Nuts

Many species of squirrels, including the red squirrel, are “larder hoarders.” Each individual stores its food in one central area that it defends aggressively against invaders. 146 more words



What is caching?

Caching is an area of a computer’s memory devoted to temporarily storing recently used information. The content, which includes HTML pages, images, files and Web objects, is stored on the local hard drive in order to make it faster for the user to access it, which helps improve the efficiency of the computer and its overall performance. 678 more words


Because I'm not sure if ESPN knows how the internet works, here's a reminder: Bill Simmons' deleted gospel

The Rap Zuck is a very discerning consumer. He’s very particular about what he ingests, (and would probably punch you in the face if you offered him some Church’s Chicken). 544 more words


Leveraging annotation macros to generate caching boilerplate in Scala

There are only two hard things in Computer Science: cache invalidation and naming things.

– Phil Karlton

Since functional programming has reached the world of Serious Real Projects, a bunch of new buzzwords started to creep into the language of software engineers.

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Cross site database replication and Caching

This is a follow up post to http://mysecuritythoughts.wordpress.com/2014/08/24/gtms-ltms-and-traffic-delays/.

We have been trying to optimize the performance of this solution but it was boiling down to the following piece: 329 more words

Block caching in Magento

Everyone knows what a caching is, but to put it simply, it is a mechanism to store (save) data that is frequently accessed but rarely changed in order to have a faster response time. 437 more words


What Is DNS? - DNS Resolution and Caching

Here are the solutions for DNS Resolution and Caching?

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