Caches, Modes, And Unstable Systems

- Marc Brooker tl;dr: "Good caches have feedback loops. Like back pressure, and limited concurrency. Bad caches are typically open-loop. This starts to give us a hint about how we may use caches safely, and points to some of the safe patterns for distributed systems caching."

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Why We Started Putting Unpopular Assets In Memory

- Yuchen Wu tl;dr: Placing assets in memory, there's a trade-off between "memory usage, tail hit latency and SSD lifetimes."

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Cache-Control for Civilians

- Harry Roberts tl;dr: Strategies for caching via the Cache-Control HTTP Header can be highly bespoke and granular. Run-through of techniques and best practices.

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