Jan 2012, Daniel Nelson on site performance with Varnish, S3, CDN

  • January 17, 2013 · 5:30 PM
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Meeting agenda

5:30 - Introductions

5:45 - Question, help needed

6:00 - Presentation: Daniel Nelson on site performance with Varnish caching and compiling assets to S3/CDN

7:00 -  Meeting ends

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  • Thomas

    Excellent! Good content and great passion for the topic.

    January 18, 2013

  • Daniel N.

    Another thing I left out last night was a configuration you need to set in Rails in order for the asset pipeline helpers to generate URLs to your assets on CloudFront. I've added these notes to the "caching the asset pipeline in CloudFront" section of http://daniel.populr.me/some-practical-caching-notes?a2

    - Daniel

    January 18, 2013

  • Daniel N.

    I realized this morning that I inadvertently omitted a part of my talk that is relevant to modern, restful web apps. I've fleshed out the Vary header section of my notes to cover what I intended to cover verbally: http://daniel.populr.me/some-practical-caching-notes?bf. Please reply to this thread if you have any questions.

    - Daniel

    January 18, 2013

  • Christopher C.

    Daniel gave a great talk, very well put together, and he clearly knew what he was talking about.

    January 17, 2013

  • Daniel N.

    January 17, 2013

  • John J.

    Hey Josh, Do you have an agenda - Presentation subject yet? And what happened to the December meeting; I thought it was scheduled for the 20th? I'm looking forward to meeting local Rails developers as I'm new to Ruby on Rails.

    December 14, 2012

    • Josh C.

      No agenda yet: look for one after new years. On December meetup; that was my fault. Truelly, we never meet in December, but I set meetup.com to create a recurring meetup on the 3rd Thursday of every month and didn't remove the December one. We will be meeting in Jan though.

      December 14, 2012

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