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Real-Time Django

A session at DjangoCon US 2011

Tuesday 6th September, 2011

2:20pm to 3:00pm

The web is live. APIs give us access to continuously changing data. We discuss ways to get real-time data into your app, how to handle data processing and what to do when you get thousands of updates per second.

"Caching is the answer" can't always be the answer. We discuss how to ensure your site is up-to-date when the data behind it is continuously changing.

We'll discuss three primary areas pertaining to real-time-data.

WHERE IT COMES FROM – REAL-TIME DATA SOURCES

  • Streaming APIs
  • Polled APIs (and strategies for dealing with rate limits)
  • PubSubHubbub

DATA PROCESSING

  • Denormalization
  • Workers
  • Incremental and generational MapReduce

DATA PRESENTATION

  • Partial caching
  • Continuous caching
  • Broadcasting real-time updates
  • Failure models

About the speakers

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Adam Miskiewicz

Interactive Director + Founder @ChalkChisel. Thoughts expressed are my own.  bio from Twitter

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Ben Slavin

Developer, engineer, entrepreneur, experimentalist. Founder / CEO / developer @bolsterlabs. Advocate for the four-in-hand knot. I like other things, too. bio from Twitter

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Time 2:20pm3:00pm PST

Date Tue 6th September 2011

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