February 22-24, 2023
Montreal, Canada

Cache me if you can:Common strategies and why you not need 1

Caching data is a pattern used by any application that needs to serve high traffic and finds itself with latency requirements being incompatible with the selected persistence choice. While simple at first, creating and maintaining a cache has aspects often overlooked. In this session I will cover some of the challenges with caching, the typical solutions used and present the notion of using CQRS to eliminate the need to have one

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Mario Bittencourt

SSENSE

Principal Software Architect as SSENSE, responsible for the enterprise architecture of the Customer Orders, Inventory and Warehouse operations.

Teacher of computer network, software development and security for computer science courses in local universities for both undergraduate and postgraduate.

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