Justin Sternberg @Jtsternberg
Southport, NC, USA | http://about.me/jtsternberg

March 2015

@tollmanz absolutely. I’m sure there’s plenty of lessons to be learned/passed-on there.

5:05pm Mar 10th 2015 view on twitter

@ericandrewlewis Just like a reference to what all WP caches, and why. I know it’s all in the code. Was just hoping was already documented.

3:38pm Mar 10th 2015 view on twitter

RT @tollmanz: @Jtsternberg @curtismchale @pbaylies Command + f shows 55 occurrences of `wp_cache_set` in core. That’s the best resource IMO.

3:11pm Mar 10th 2015 view on twitter

@tollmanz @curtismchale @pbaylies don’t forget `wp_cache_add`. ;) But yah, somebody ought to write that post.

3:11pm Mar 10th 2015 view on twitter

@curtismchale @pbaylies @tollmanz I read two of his excellent caching posts. But they didn’t really break down what’s in WP object cache.

3:07pm Mar 10th 2015 view on twitter

@ericandrewlewis not exactly what i’d call canonical. ;)

3:05pm Mar 10th 2015 view on twitter

@pbaylies Googling didn’t help me much. I’ll let you know if I find anything.

3:05pm Mar 10th 2015 view on twitter

Is there a canonical resource explaining/documenting what WordPress sends to object-cache (wp_cache_set/get)?

2:46pm Mar 10th 2015 view on twitter

RT @webdevstudios: Today, @plugish covers how he deals with brute force attacks on his own–read about his method & tell us about yours: ow.ly/K9PiG

12:11pm Mar 10th 2015 view on twitter

@bmess sorry for your loss Brian.

8:27am Mar 10th 2015 view on twitter

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