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Bringing javax.cache'ing to your Application
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| by Chris Dennis Follow 0 Followers , Alex Snaps Follow 0 Followers on Nov 05, 2015 |

Chris Dennis and Alex Snaps discuss introducing caching into a Spring application to solve real world problems. They also cover some specifics one might want to account for when choosing an implementation, especially if you plan to push the spec to the extreme, like when going distributed and caching terabytes of data.


Chris Dennis is a senior software engineer at Terracotta. Alex Snaps is a principal software engineer at Terracotta.

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