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comment 2 Servers 1 Database - Can I use Redis?
@Aust - If you don't write secure code then yes, you could run into security issues.
Sep
28
comment 2 Servers 1 Database - Can I use Redis?
@Aust Redis runs on JavaScript is false. Redis has nothing to do with javascript. Node.js applications connect to Redis over a tcp/ip socket. Javascript on browser cannot manipulate Redis; unless you explicitly write code to allow it.
Jan
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comment Using Memcached: is it good practice to update the cache when updating the database?
@Stephen The approach you describe is called "Write Through Cache", and is a fairly common approach.
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comment Should security restrictions cause a service to return null or throw an exception?
"Null References: The Billion Dollar Mistake", says Tony Hoare, inventory of QuickSort - qconlondon.com/london-2009/presentation/…
Nov
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comment Suggestion for setting web application parameters
This is a programming related question. You are likely to get an answer on stackoverflow
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answered What's a good way to store/load a word list with thousands of entries?
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answered Thoughts on Development using Virtual Machines
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