HTTP Caching: Improving Performance & Saving the Ice Caps New Year, New Topics - Jan 2018

HTTP Caching is something many people have heard of, and usually know a bit about but skip implementing in any real way. Browsers are expected to do everything correctly by default, and backend systems don’t bother because Redis Caching is apparently fine... Well it’s not. Balancing real-time information and avoiding making unnecessary requests isn’t a pipe dream, and there are plenty of tools out there to help you get it done right now.


  • Phil Sturgeon
    Phil Sturgeon

    Software Engineer @wework. Author of @apisyouwonthate. Chief T-Shirt Officer at All about bikes and turtles.

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If you’re looking for ideas, a few of the topics we’re keen to hear about are:

  • Debugging & profiling
  • Frameworks
  • Lightning talks
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