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 »
Posts Tagged: Redis
Here’s the code and notes for a presentation I’m giving this Saturday on PHP and Redis: github.com/tlhunter/php-and-redis-example Even if you’re not going to presentation, feel free to check it out and give it a try. Redis is pretty simple to use and quite powerful once you get the hang of it.
If you’d like to have the most recent version of Redis installed on your Debian machine, follow along with this guide. Unfortunately, the process of installing it is not as easy as `sudo apt-get install redis`, which you probably already knew since you’re reading this. The current version of Redis, at the time of me writing… Read more »
Here’s a fun project I worked on most of Sunday: github.com/tlhunter/whisper | ephemeral demo It is a chat app using Node.js, but with a twist. Messages are only viewable by people who are physically near you. This is a concept I’ve been trying to squeeze into my games for a long time. Location is determined using… Read more »
Last Friday was my last day at my previous employer. I was there for about two years (minus a few months for the startup in California). I made a lot of friends there and worked on some cool projects, but the gypsy in me felt it was time to move onto the next chapter. Since… Read more »
A lot of this article will apply to any network based application, but since I’m a web developer, I’m going to put a web spin on things. Also, I couldn’t help but get into compression a little while discussing browser caching. Caching is a vital part of any high traffic web app, especially ones which… Read more »
Cobalt Calibur (1.x) first started as a way to learn Perl programming. I remember lugging around my 10 pound laptop with 133 Mhz and 160MB of RAM, Mandrake Linux 7.2 and Perl to some family reunion and hacking away alone in a corner (I would have been around 14 at the time, this was 2000). Making that… Read more »