Nx already helps speed up (and thus scale) your workspace by using so-called "affected commands". To speed up even further, Nx recently introduced a computation cache, which is basically memoization for you Nx commands. Whenever you run a command, Nx caches it, and if you re-run the same command (without changing the underlying sources & configuration files), the cached output will be fetched, rather than re-executing the command again. This drastically saves time and can even be distributed across the team with Nx Cloud. In this lesson we're going to learn more about it.