Video: Using Caching Policies in the Enterprise Library Caching Application BlockBy Paul Ballard
If you want to take a more “hands-on” approach with your caching expiration, this video excerpt from John Sonmez course Enterprise Libary Caching Application Block will show you how to use policies to do just that. In the video excerpt he shows how to combine expiration settings with scavenging priority to create the perfect policy for your objects. In the full course he goes on to cover other topics such as file dependencies, isolated storage, and using a database store.
John has spent many years working as a consultant for many different projects and has deep ties to the agile community who along with developing in C#/.NET has also begun to focus on mobile applications in Android and iOS.
If you’d like to learn to harness the power of Enterprise Library Caching Application Block for your apps, this course is for you.
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