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revised Do application-level caches belong inside web servers?
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comment Do application-level caches belong inside web servers?
@Ixrec Had not considered that, I will look into it. We could create multiple instances of the class that access the cache, but ultimately there is only one copy of the data so it's just kicking the can so to speak.
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asked Do application-level caches belong inside web servers?
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reviewed Approve DAOs - As a separate package or encapsulated in Service itself?
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comment How to explain to a non-technical person why the task will take much longer than they think?
As other's have pointed out, you answered your own question. But, I feel like maybe (based on similar professional experiences) that your actual question is more along the lines of "How do I explain all this to managers who refuse to accept that programming is more than typing numbers into a magic box". And the answer to that question is - you don't, you start looking for a better job.
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reviewed Reject What are DRY, KISS, SOLID, etc. classified as?
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accepted Why do we need the async keyword?
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comment Why do we need the async keyword?
This is pretty much what this article says too (originally posted by @svick in the comments), but no one ever posted it as an answer. Only took two and a half years! Thanks :)
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reviewed Approve How do you avoid dominant solutions in multi-objective simulated annealing?
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reviewed Approve Why is there no WSDL type support for Web Api?
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comment How is a state machine different from any other computer program?
I'm having trouble seeing the benefit in calling something a finite state machine. It seems so arbitrary. It's like modeling a car as "a thing that does stuff". Technically true, but what use is it? Let's say I build an app and I say it's modeled as a finite state machine. What have I actually told you?