Caching on the Bleeding Edge


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Van Belle Jonathan (Grummfy) at 15:45 on 30 Jan 2016

amazing talk. learn lot about caching. my only comments was. Just take time to pause to drink water ;) but otherwise the talk was perfect

Great talk. Good background stories. Interesting to see the complex structure and how to use the different technologies

Sandra at 16:32 on 30 Jan 2016

super talk, very engaging, thanks for comprehensive diagrams and sharing slides, awesome use of images/diagrams, good use of the room, interesting and relevant subject, thanks for providing context (terms explained, language of code samples, examples of applicable situations) and repeating questions, concise answers, good structure (history - now - future and what next), practical advice and tips

One of my fav talks of this edition. Great info given at the right tempo.

Peter Nijssen at 22:45 on 30 Jan 2016

One of the better talks. Great to see some real life examples of your own projects. Clear images and sheets. Really enjoyed the talk.

Great talk with nice examples to reflect on our own structures.
About the twitter remark, caching is not always dependent on a first slow request, you can use cache warmers but also fill your cache upfront, although I admit, in the last case you would call it indexing.. I have to agree with everyone the cache is not an excuse to be able to build slow applications on a lower level.
So very good answer by Samantha in my opinion, and thanks for this talk with interesting background information about the origin of cache!

Tom Cannaerts at 21:07 on 31 Jan 2016

It's always nice to see how the big players are dealing with the same problems we face with our sites, only just a few magnitudes bigger ;) A great illustration of how decoupleling the place where the data goes in from the place where data goes out, allows you to build a scalable infrasturcture.

Also, for those who want to know the real context of that quote that was refered to (which was also used out of context in the slideshow she refered to), check out the original talk of Anthoni Ferrara:

Robert Broen at 09:22 on 1 Feb 2016

Taking caching to the next level (or 3 levels above that). Thanks for the insight.

Peter Slagter at 12:19 on 1 Feb 2016

Great talk, packed with information. Thanks!

Martin V at 13:15 on 1 Feb 2016

One more time I need to write "interesting talk". Thanks for some new ideas for me!

A lot of talk about old history from caching, which is very ironic for a talk about "caching on the bleeding edge".
It took a really long time before the speaker even started to talk about modern caching systems, and then I found it to be more of a list of all the possible caches with their advantages and disadvantages.
A better title would have been "the history of caching".

Scato Eggen at 10:31 on 5 Feb 2016

Very thorough introduction of the concept of caching, topped off with a complete overview of the state of the art.