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Busting Drupal 8 Cache – DrupalSouth Presentation

By January 22, 2018 No Comments

Drupal 8 brings with it a massive amount of caching options, and an updated cache system. These changes place a lot of power in the hands of developers, but with this power comes a wealth of choice. Having so many choices can sometimes be counterproductive.

Join Leonard O’Sullivan from our Drupal Development Team & Daniel Caldeweyher from our Infrastructure Team as they share their challenges and learnings in working with Drupal 8 cache. The presentation was given at DrupalSouth in New Zealand, 2017.

Check out our presentation slides here:

 

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