A tale of improperly using a static field, preventing a colleague from doing the same, and a primer on why static fields should be avoided. [Read More]
A collection of my blog posts tagged as being related to using a cache, caching, etc. for speeding up websites, specifically WordPress.
Our team misunderstood the scope of ASP.NET’s HttpContext.Cache. This mishap led to some cross-instance data leakage in our hosting environment. Keys must always have enough unique information to identify their respective cache value. [Read More]
How to configure Visual Studio to debug a web application in any Windows browser’s incognito or private mode. This solution allows every debugging session to be free of preexisting cache and cookies. Supported in Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Opera. Edge support is not yet available. [Read More]
A quick and dirty test of HTTP/2 Server Push on WordPress. [Read More]
How to configure your browser to block web fonts to speed up your web browsing and protect your privacy. [Read More]
FilterLists got a bit of publicity and I began working on a new feature, learning Jekyll, PHP, and WordPress plugin development along the way. [Read More]
By implementing .woff2 and slimming down my icon font, I reduced the weight of my site’s fonts by about 50KB. [Read More]