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<p>The project is still at a very early stage, but hopefully I&#8217;ll be posting more about it as it progresses. If you&#8217;d like to hear more, please <a href='http://eepurl.com/csJmf'>leave your email address</a> and I&#8217;ll send you a brief note when I post more. Or you can follow me on <a href='https://twitter.com/martinkl'>Twitter</a> or <a href='https://alpha.app.net/martinkl'>App.net</a>.</p>
+<p><em>Thanks to Nathan Marz, Pete Warden, Conrad Irwin, Rahul Vohra and Sam Stokes for feedback on drafts of this post.</em></p>
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<p>My hope is to make caching and cache invalidation as simple as database indexes. You declare an index once, the database runs a one-off batch job to build the index, and thereafter automatically keeps it up-to-date as the table contents change. It&#8217;s so simple to use that we don&#8217;t even think about it, and that&#8217;s what we should be aiming for in the realm of caching.</p>
<p>The project is still at a very early stage, but hopefully I&#8217;ll be posting more about it as it progresses. If you&#8217;d like to hear more, please <a href='http://eepurl.com/csJmf'>leave your email address</a> and I&#8217;ll send you a brief note when I post more. Or you can follow me on <a href='https://twitter.com/martinkl'>Twitter</a> or <a href='https://alpha.app.net/martinkl'>App.net</a>.</p>
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<p>My hope is to make caching and cache invalidation as simple as database indexes. You declare an index once, the database runs a one-off batch job to build the index, and thereafter automatically keeps it up-to-date as the table contents change. It&#8217;s so simple to use that we don&#8217;t even think about it, and that&#8217;s what we should be aiming for in the realm of caching.</p>
<p>The project is still at a very early stage, but hopefully I&#8217;ll be posting more about it as it progresses. If you&#8217;d like to hear more, please <a href='http://eepurl.com/csJmf'>leave your email address</a> and I&#8217;ll send you a brief note when I post more. Or you can follow me on <a href='https://twitter.com/martinkl'>Twitter</a> or <a href='https://alpha.app.net/martinkl'>App.net</a>.</p>
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+<p><em>Thanks to Nathan Marz, Pete Warden, Conrad Irwin, Rahul Vohra and Sam Stokes for feedback on drafts of this post.</em></p>
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