“Memcache, keeping data in the handiest place: memory” presented by Brenda Wallace
Data comes from all over the place, and changes quickly, yet you don’t want to re-retrieve over and over. Memcache (and its cousins) provides a place to keep things, for a little while, instead of hammering your remote data source. Learn about the exciting world of volatile data stores.
Date and time
11:55–12:20, Tuesday 29th January 2008, LinuxChix miniconf
Brenda Wallace writes and uses open source code for mobile telcos. She works with SMS, WAP, MMS, and embedded applications for cellphones and PDAS, realtime billing, gateways, phone number portability and such like. She wishes she had more Erlang projects.
Video of Brenda's talk is available.
Memcache by Brenda Wallace is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 Australia License.
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