Could you expand on that because I'm just not buying it. To me, session objects are great and I'm happy to use them, but it's important to remember that a session object, like any object, should be limited in scope to what's it's trying to conceptually represent.
For example, it seems reasonable that the object would have the expiration time (tracked in the database and not the cookie) and a user object for representing the user for whom the session is being maintained (again, the key to that would be in the database). Anything else would be superfluous. Thus, it seems to me that the complaints about session objects are actually about using poorly designed objects. Is there something I am missing?
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