Monthly Archives: September 2009

Slides for my perl testing & VDOM.pm talks in Beijing Perl Workshop 2009

I really enjoyed the talks in BJPW2009. Here’s the slides for my two talks in this conference: "A Tour of Perl Testing":Browse URL :        http://agentzh.org/misc/slides/BJPW2009/perl-testing.html "Introduction to our VDOM & vdom-webkit cluster" Browse URL :           http://agentzh.org/misc/slides/taobao-fe/vdomwebkit.html Please use the arrow … Continue reading

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A plan for nginx-openresty

Now that I’ve joined Taobao.com’s SDS department and will be able to work on OpenResty in a full time fashion, I’ve just worked out a (somewhat) detailed plan for the next generation of the OpenResty server. Well, sorry, this draft … Continue reading

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Slides for my VDOM + WebKit talk

I gave a presentation on VDOM + WebKit to the Taobao.com Search Frontend Team this morning. The slides are based on my talk in April’s Beijing Perl Workshop, but with notable updates to reflect recent changes in the last few … Continue reading

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Our queue-size-aware version of memcacheq

Xunxin++ and I have been working on a fork of memcacheq (originally just within the company), adding support for queue length constraint. In our scenario, a pipelined webpage information extraction cluster based on apple’s WebKit core, it’s important to limit … Continue reading

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I’ll talk in the upcoming Beijing Perl Workshop 2009 event

I’ve submitted 3 talk proposals to this year’s upcoming Beijing Perl Workshop conference scheduled at Sep 19. I’ll publish my slides for my talks later here for your preview 🙂 The 3 talks are Wonders of Perl automated testing Inventing … Continue reading

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