Month: July 2004

OSCON 2004 Sessions

I haven’t attended too many tutorials or sessions this year. Yesterday I saw Jim Winstead’s Practical I18N with PHP and MySQL and David Sklar’s Cleaning Up SOAP. Right now I’m sitting in Adam Trachtenberg’s PHP 5 + MySQL 5 = A Perfect 10. He quipped that it really should’ve been called PHP 5 + MySQL […]

HTTP Caching and Cache-busting for Content Publishers

Slides are now online (HTML, PPT) for today’s talk on HTTP Caching and Cache-busting for Content Publishers. Abstract: A user’s web experience can often be improved by the proper use of HTTP caches. Radwin discusses when to use and when to avoid caching, and how to employ cache-busting techniques most effectively. Radwin also explains the […]

OSCON 2004

I just arrived in Portland, Oregon. I’ll be speaking about HTTP caching and cache-busting at the O’Reilly Open Source Convention tomorrow. If the talk goes well, I’ll propose it for ApacheCon this fall. The conference hotel was all booked up by the time I made my travel arrangements, so I’m staying at the closest available […]