Redis and Node Part 4/4: Lua Scripting

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This is the final part in this series on using Redis with Node.js. The content of these posts is partially adapted from my book, Advanced Microservices. There is also a companion presentation, Node, Redis, and You!, which I’ve given at several meetups and a conference. The nice thing about the MULTI / EXEC commands is that they… Read more »

Redis and Node Part 3/4: Atomicity with MULTI

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This is part three of a four part series on using Redis with Node.js. The content of these posts is partially adapted from my book, Advanced Microservices. There is also a companion presentation, Node, Redis, and You!, which I’ve given at several meetups and a conference. Issuing single commands in Redis are atomic, which means they’re self… Read more »

Redis and Node Part 2/4: Shared State

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This is part two of a four part series on using Redis with Node.js. If you’re wondering how we got here take a look at Redis and Node Part 1: The Basics. The content of these posts is partially adapted from my book, Advanced Microservices. There is also a companion presentation, Node, Redis, and You!, which I’ve… Read more »

Redis and Node Part 1/4: The Basics

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This is part one of a four part series on using Redis with Node.js. The content of these posts is partially adapted from my book, Advanced Microservices. There is also a companion presentation, Node, Redis, and You!, which I’ve given at several meetups and a conference. Introduction to Redis At its heart, Redis is an… Read more »

SF Node November 2016 – Node, Redis, and You!

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Here’s a recording of my talk from the November SFNode Meetup. In this talk I discuss using Redis with Node.js, how to use it for sharing state between multiple Node.js processes, and how to perform atomic operations using MULTI/EXEC and EVAL/EVALSHA. You can also View the Presentation directly if you don’t want to hear me… Read more »

The only bad thing about ES7 async/await

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Here’s a post I wrote over at my friends collaborative blog site, Code Planet: The only bad thing about ES7 async/await. It adds some further insight into the async/await constructs given to us by ES7, particularly regarding an anti-pattern which I suspect will become very common amongst developers.