Friday 18th October, 2013
9:40am to 10:25am
Caching -- we all do it, in a browser, in memcached, and often in the form of precomputation, like the specialized stores used by Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit. This talk discusses some of the problems with precomputing (or denormalizing) your data, and argues for a new, expressive dataflow framework which operates over many systems.
MIT PhD. Former Google/Digg developer
I'm a fifth year PhD student at MIT building fast, scalable, distributed systems. Previously at Google, and more recently re-launched the new digg.com.
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