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Sebastian Schmidt
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Señor Code Monkey
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php, bash, as3, python, aws, cloud, nosql, couchbase, redis, mysql, memcached, beanstalkd
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  • crowdpark
    senior backend developer, 2012 - present
    Backend, Deployment Processes & Cloud Admin for Facebook Games: - Amazon Web Services, - PHP - Couchbase - MySql - Beanstalkd - Json-RPC
  • basilicom
    senior developer, 2012
    - branded apps & microsites (Facebook, OpenSocial): PHP, AS3, Backbone.js, Mysql, Pimcore, Phing, Memcached - full featured dating app (OpenSocial): PHP, Mysql, Phing, ExtJs, Memcached - Facebook & OpenSocial app for online food delivery service - enterprise cms for music industry: PHP, Mysql, ExtJs, Memcached - enterprise shop system for music industry: PHP, Oracle, ExtJs, Memcached
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"In many ways, Safari is the new Internet Explorer" xD

http://www.theverge.com/2015/7/20/9002721/the-mobile-web-sucks
It's going to get worse before it gets better
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tools to help you stay productive on the front-end

#javascript   #tools  

via +Christoph Lühr 

https://speakerdeck.com/addyosmani/front-end-tooling-workflows
~ 198 slides on tools to help you stay productive on the front-end.
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Google today announced the alpha launch of Google Container Engine, a new managed service for building and running Docker container-based applications on its..
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Facebook released mcrouter to scale memcached. The distributed key-value store is open source.  "It's a core component of cache infrastructure at Facebook and Instagram where mcrouter handles almost 5 billion requests per second at peak. Mcrouter is developed and maintained by Facebook."

source: https://github.com/facebook/mcrouter

#mcrouter   #memcached   #facebook   #opensource  
https://code.facebook.com/posts/296442737213493/introducing-mcrouter-a-memcached-protocol-router-for-scaling-memcached-deployments/
Most web-based services begin as a collection of front-end application servers paired with databases used to manage data storage. As they grow, the databases are augmented with caches to store frequently-read pieces of data and improve site performance. Often, the ability to quickly access data moves from being an optimization to a requirement for a site. This evolution of cache from neat optimization to necessity is a common path that has been f...
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Facebook today offered a fantastic presentation on ReactJS, “A JavaScript library for building user interfaces.” The presenter, Christopher Chedeau from Facebook, spoke briefly about the history of JavaScript and why Facebook wrote ReactJS. If you've played with ReactJS and understand at least ...
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The German soccer team's arriving now - having a big party in Berlin :)

watch the   #livestream   : Weltmeister 2014! Der Empfang der deutschen WM-Helden in Berlin live auf SPOX

#weltmeister #soccer #worldcup2014 
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The Birth & Death of JavaScript. A talk by Gary Bernhardt from PyCon 2014. This science fiction / comedy / absurdist / completely serious talk traces the history of JavaScript, and programming in general, from 1995 until 2035. It's not pro- or anti-JavaScript; the language's flaws are discussed ...
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Build amazing hybrid mobile apps with simple drag-and-drop components. The Ionic Creator is coming Summer 2014.
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Interesting read on how to migrate and optimize #mysql  clusters.

#github  

https://github.com/blog/1880-making-mysql-better-at-github
At GitHub we say, "it's not fully shipped until it's fast." We've talked before about some of the ways we keep our frontend experience speedy, but that's only part of the story. Our MySQL database infrastructure dramatically affects the performance of GitHub.com. Here's a look at how our infrastructure team seamlessly conducted a major MySQL improvement last August and made GitHub even faster. The mission Last year we moved the bulk of GitHub.c...
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+Couchbase 3.0 beta & php sdk 2.0 preview has been released.

But still no sdk port for  #hhvm   available. Why ???


http://www.couchbase.com/beta
Introducing Couchbase Server 3.0 Beta. Good things come in threes. Couchbase Server 3.0 extends our lead as the most performant and scalable NoSQL database for mission critical enterprise applications. In addition to adding great new functionality for the enterprise, 3.0 delivers many new ...
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Nice and simple online service to monitor your Cron-Jobs (or other recurring tasks)
Dead Man’s Snitch is a cron job monitoring tool that keeps an eye on your periodic processes and notifies you when something doesn’t happen. Daily backups, monthly emails, or cron jobs you need to monitor? Dead Man’s Snitch has you covered.
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