Digg, An Infrastructure in Transition

Posted in Web Technologies, Conferences, Databases on March 16, 2009

Digg, An Infrastructure in Transition

In this presentation recorded during QCon SF 2008, Joe Stump, Lead Architect at Digg.com, talks about Digg.com’s architecture, the challenges faced, the solutions adopted, and the lessons learned running a large web site.

Joe Stump is the Lead Architect of Digg. He's responsible for making sure the applications built at Digg will scale into infinity and beyond. For the last 10 years he's specialized in building highly scalable LAMP solutions. When not working on Digg he spends time maintaining a number of PEAR projects and explores San Francisco.

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