Friday 15th October, 2010
1:40pm to 2:35pm
Over time, Web developers have feared, hated and loved Web caching, at times trying to kill it, at others professing undying love. Mark Nottingham (chair of the IETF HTTPbis Working Group and author of its revised Web Caching specification) will examine how browsers (mis)-treat your content today, as well as where your relationship with browser caching might go in the future.
I write cache invalidation protocols, then name them. I also chair the HTTP WG in the IETF, and work at @akamai. bio from Twitter
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