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Daniel Doubrovkine (aka dB.) is one of the tallest engineers at Art.sy. He founded and exited a successful Swiss start-up in the 90s, worked for Microsoft Corp. in Redmond, specializing in security and authentication, dabbled in large scale social networking and ran a big team that developed an expensive Enterprise product in NYC. After turning open-source cheerleader a few years ago in the worlds of C++, Java and .NET, he converted himself to Ruby and has been slowly unlearning everything he learned in the last 15 years of software practice. Daniel has posted 46 posts at DZone. You can read more from them at their website. View Full User Profile

Video: Building an API Cache w/ Grape and MongoDB

07.02.2012
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Me announcing the open-source Garner gem, https://github.com/artsy/garner and talking about server-side caching. A few people came up to me after the quick talk and said it really helped them put 2 and 2 together between If-Modified-Since, If-None-Match, E-Tags and 304s. Cool.

Amongst other talks at GoRuCo I encourage you to watch David Chelimsky’s presentation on DRY and then, of course, the rest of the awesome talks at the best Ruby conference in the world.

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