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June 29, 2007

Are You “Cashing In” on Caching?

Filed under: ColdFusion, Performance — Tags: , — Tyson Vanek @ 6:51 am

So it was brought to my attention during my CFUNITED presentation on Tuesday morning that a few slides of high interest were not viewable on-screen or in the conference book. Specifically, there’s a great Viso diagram of the template request workflow as it applies to ColdFusion and the settings for Trusted Cached and Saving Class files. I’ve placed a copy of my CFUNITED 2007 presentation online so that individuals who are interested in viewing those more detailed slides can download the information directly.

If you have any questions at all about the material or the presentation, you’re more than welcome to contact me either via email or directly here at the conference over by the Webapper / SeeFusion booth in the sponsor’s area.

To those of you who attended my presentation on Tuesday morning and shared all the positive feedback with me, I appreciate your opinions and your attendance. If you missed the session, I’ll be re-presenting again on Saturday afternoon at 2:45pm in Ballroom GH.

To download the PowerPoint presentation directly, just click the “Download” at the end of this blog entry.

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3 Comments »

  1. Great presentation… very helpful to performance tuning I’m currently working on. But the links to your site for accelerate2 and cacheItAll don’t seem to work :(

    Comment by Aaron Longnion — July 3, 2007 @ 12:00 am

  2. Hey great informations. It´s very usefully for me… Many thanks from Germany for share us the great informations. Thanks Werbeagentur

    Comment by Werbeagentur — February 5, 2008 @ 12:00 am

  3. Thanks a lot!

    Comment by Werbeagentur — April 9, 2008 @ 12:00 am

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