I’m proud to announce that my Varnish book is out now. It’s called “Getting Started With Varnish Cache” and it’s available for download through Varnish Software. For the next 30 days, Varnish Software has the exclusive rights to distribute the book. After
Varnish 5 was released on September 15th 2016 and is the successor of version 4.1. So this is supposed to be major release that has new features and tons of improvements. The reality is that Varnish 5 only offers a couple of
PHP 7 has a concept called Type Errors. These errors are thrown on a type mismatch when interacting with functions. They can be caught just like exceptions.
I am happy to announce that the video footage for my caching talk at InfoShare has finally been released. If you can spare 30 minutes and want to learn about caching, have a look. About Infoshare InfoShare is a really cool
Doing find and replace tasks are very common in IT. Usually we trying to find a substring and replace it with something else. Typical needle and haystack kind of stuff. But the thing is that the “find” part is based on the
On March 18th 2016 I attended the Codemotion conference in Rome (Italy). I never attended a Codemotion event before and I’ve never been to Rome, so I was stoked about this one. Codemotion The Codemotion group organizes conferences around the
Who is Ruben Romero? Ruben Romero is this week’s guest on the video blog and podcast. Ruben is the Director of Community Engagement at Varnish Software. He was born in Madrid, grew up in Ecuador and now lives in Oslo.
The lovely people of Varnish Software invited me again to speak at the Varnish Summit in Copenhagen. Last year, I also got invited to speak at their Summit in Amsterdam and apparently they were happy with my performance. The Varnish Summit in Copenhagen
We all use symbolic links (also known as symlinks) on Linux or other Unix systems. It’s an easy way to create a shortcut to a file or folder that is located in another directory. The ln binary allows us to create these
On November 5th 2015 I was invited to speak at the Varnish Summit in Amsterdam. My talks was called “Varnish: where developers & sysadmins meet” and it was very well received by the audience. That same day the lovely people at Varnish Software