- Taming Server Concurrency
- Hiding Latency
- Hiding Errors
- Caching Anything You Want
- CARP Farming
- Cache Invalidation is Easy
- Cache Invalidation is Easy (second try)
- Zipf’s Law is your Friend (and so is your replacement algorithm)
- Interlude: Some Interesting Metrics
- Offloading Authentication
- Extreme Request Routing
- Request Canonicalisation
- Keeping Connections Unnaturally Alive
- The Finer Points of Browser Caching
- (ab)Using Microsoft’s Caching Extensions
- Serving Dynamic Applications from Cache
- Finding “transparent” proxies
- Improving Comet
- Build Your Own HTTP Intermediaries
Mark Nottingham is a Principal Technical Yahoo!, putting together Web-based infrastructure for sites like Yahoo! Finance, Sports, Tech, TV and Movies.
He has spent the last decade designing, debugging, serving and caching Web content, with past stints at Merrill Lynch, Akamai and BEA Systems, along with scars from writing specifications like the Atom Syndication Format, WS-Policy and the WS-I Basic Profile, and chairing both IETF and W3C Working Groups.
Right now, his focus is on using HTTP for what the rest of the industry calls Web Services.
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