memcached is the de-facto standard way of building a cache into web applications. After getting through the basics of caching hot spots of apps, many are confronted with questions.
Answers to all of these questions exist, but sometimes it takes some careful thought and application of some patterns to the application.
Bring your questions and your own implementation ideas and patterns to this session to discuss with other users, client developers and server developers of memcached.
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