The Evolution of Reddit.com's Architecture

The Evolution of ;s Architecture


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Read the transcript of the presentation on InfoQ:

Neil Williams discusses the history of the systems that power reddit.com, looking at things that worked, things that didn’t, and where they’re going next.

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14 thoughts on “The Evolution of ;s Architecture

  1. I learned Web development 8 years ago from reddit's founder on udacity. It's crazy how after all those years there are still many similarities with what he taught us. He also talked about "thing" table on Postgresql and how much it helped in scaling reddit.

    It was a great course, and I enjoyed every moment of it.

    Very nice talk.

  2. front end application in node? Say its served by node. its not node. I was not expecting it from reddit. People like you made our life miserable by seeing front end node.js developer job posts. Which does not make sense .

  3. What I like about this talk is that it is honest. You can tell this guy wasn't sitting in an ivory tower telling the peons how to fix the problems, he actually lived it.

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