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Published: Sep 11 2013 / 08:48

Here's a performance optimization scenario: you have set up a large object graph, but only part of it is used to satisfy a single request to your application. In languages such as PHP that live in a shared-nothing environment, this can become wasteful as each new request creates the whole object graph again: each contained objects may depend on database connections or other limited resources that are set up every time but only needed in a subset of cases.
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