brianm at dealnews.com
Fri Oct 13 02:37:01 UTC 2006
Ask Bjørn Hansen wrote:
> Depends on your perspective; in some cases then the memcached use is
> implemented in the "model layer" ("in between") so your "front end code"
> (controllers / views) just magically gets the cached data when available
> and appropriate.
Yes, its semantics really. Sure, I call a function and get an array.
From that codes perspective it is between. However, if you are
writing that function, you check memcached and if not there get it from
> - ask (who doesn't have a need or particular interest for other
> backends either - although the NDB backend could be neat and possibly
Sure, when we have our spare time we can all jump on this. I will see
you in 2022. =)
It's good to be cheap =)
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