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Elton Stoneman (@EltonStoneman) IT Consultant, integration specialist, @Microsoft MVP and @Pluralsight author. Caching
Databases? Where we're going, we don't need databases
The QA lead for an API project that was about to go live asked me if I was sure we were safe against SQL injection attacks. It was nice to be able to answer: we've had an independent security review. That found no major issues and we fixed all the minor issues. But anyway we're definitely safe against SQL injection - we don't use any SQL databases. We're fortunate that the transactional data we store isn't heavily inter-related, and the persistent store we use is Azure Blob Storage. Every piece of ......

Posted On Friday, October 3, 2014 4:30 PM

Sixeyed.Caching available now on NuGet and GitHub!
The good guys at Pluralsight have okayed me to publish my caching framework (as seen in Caching in the .NET Stack: Inside-Out) as an open-source library, and it’s out now. You can get it here: Sixeyed.Caching source code on GitHub, and here: Sixeyed.Caching package v1.0.0 on NuGet. If you haven’t seen the course, there’s a preview here on YouTube: In-Process and Out-of-Process Caches, which gives a good flavour. The library is a wrapper around various cache providers, including the .NET MemoryCache, ......

Posted On Tuesday, October 22, 2013 8:49 PM

Sixeyed.Caching available now on NuGet and GitHub!
The good guys at Pluralsight have okayed me to publish my caching framework (as seen in Caching in the .NET Stack: Inside-Out) as an open-source library, and it’s out now. You can get it here: Sixeyed.Caching source code on GitHub, and here: Sixeyed.Caching package v1.0.0 on NuGet. If you haven’t seen the course, there’s a preview here on YouTube: In-Process and Out-of-Process Caches, which gives a good flavour. The library is a wrapper around various cache providers, including the .NET MemoryCache, ......

Posted On Tuesday, October 22, 2013 8:49 PM

Caching in the .NET Stack: Inside-Out

My first Pluralsight course, a comprehensive look at caching in .NET - now live!

Posted On Friday, June 28, 2013 12:18 AM

A Simple Entity Tagger
In the REST world, ETags are your gateway to performance boosts by letting clients cache responses. In the non-REST world, you may also want to add an ETag to an entity definition inside a traditional service contract – think of a scenario where a consumer persists its own representation of your entity, and wants to keep it in sync. Rather than load every entity by ID and check for changes, the consumer can send in a set of linked IDs and ETags, and you can return only the entities where the current ......

Posted On Wednesday, November 21, 2012 10:54 PM

Caching and Flushing the Cache in BizTalk Maps

Simple caching for cross-reference lookups in maps, with an expiring cache

Posted On Sunday, August 15, 2010 9:05 PM

SBUG Session: The Enterprise Cache

Notes from April's SBUG Session on "The Enterprise Cache"

Posted On Thursday, April 15, 2010 1:42 PM

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