We have all done some cowboy coding at some point in our life. I think we can even recognize when we may be asked to perform our cowboy coding. The scenario is something like:
Your boss or your boss’s boss comes down and says “… we have to have this new thing – and we [...]
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During the past year, CIM has submitted many features to the HttpClient Caching module. We recently ran some benchmarks to quantify the performance benefits and test a few failure scenarios.
Through our benchmarks, we aimed to do the following:
Characterize latency and capacity benefits provided by the caching module.
Characterize latency and capacity benifits of locally-bound memcached [...]