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Cache commonly used values in application variables
With all the hype over not using session scope objects unless you absolutely have to, a lot of people are automatically assuming the same goes for application scope objects. Well it doesn't and if you're not already, you should be using them! It's a great place to store commonly used values and it's a heck of a lot faster then storing them in text file or a database. Look for things that you use a lot and whose values don't change very much and you'll find some prime candidates that when moved into an application variable will help make your code fly!
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