Caching Presentation – Fort Worth
Date Published: 27 October 2005
Flew out and spoke to the Fort Worth .NET User Group, led by Stephen Swienton, last week. There was a pretty good turnout and I thought it went quite well. I only had one demo that didn’t go off as planned and that was a result of my having switched from a Beta 2 VPC to an RTM VPC at sort of the last minute. The slides and demos should be available on the Fort Worth website at some point, but I don’t think Stephen has posted them yet. At least, they weren’t there last night when I really could have used them, since my laptop refused to boot. More on that in a minute. Once I recover my system, I’ll post everything in one of the file repositories in the new AspAlliance Resource Directory, too. Somewhere along the line I ended up losing my somewhat expensive sunglasses, which I last saw on the table while I was giving the presentation, so that’s annoying, but it’s not the first pair of shades I’ve lost…
Just so this post isn’t completely worthless, I’ll also point out that I referenced a number of my caching articles in the presentation, including micro caching and programmatic removal of output cache entries, which I’m linking to here to help folks find them.
Steve is an experienced software architect and trainer, focusing on code quality and Domain-Driven Design with .NET.