I'll be speaking Tuesday night at the San Francisco MySQL Meetup. Here's the blurb from the announcement:
Jeremy Zawodny will talk about Craigslist's current use of MySQL, where it's painful, and how things are being re-architected to make the pains go away. This includes hardware changes, sphinx, redis, memcached, and some custom Perl work.
Despite not living too far away from the SF MySQL Meetup venue, I'm a little annoyed at myself for never having attended. So this will be my first time and I'm really looking forward to meeting local like-minded folks.
Thanks to Mike and Erin for recruiting me.
If you're coming and have specific things you'd like me to talk about, drop me a note in the comments or on Twitter.
Posted by jzawodn at November 16, 2009 07:00 AM
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