I was invited to speak at DrupalCon Vienna 2017 to talk about caching Drupal pages for logged-in users. The idea is to store user state in JSON web token.
The feedback I got on Twitter was pretty decent:
— Suzy Masri (@suzymasri) September 26, 2017
@ThijsFeryn just saw your talk pretty amazing for your first #drupalcon talk !! #keepup
— Dirk Schmidt (@Insasse42) September 26, 2017
I took a 360° photo 😀 pic.twitter.com/QKoqs6EqbE
— Fabio fabione Fabbri (@fabiofabbri84) September 26, 2017
Just saw @ThijsFeryn’s #DrupalCon talk on JSON Web Tokens in Varnish. Excellent stuff and lots of takeaways.
— Christian Borup (@chrborup) September 26, 2017
@ThijsFeryn thanks for the awesome presentation at DrupalCon! Even with my limited experience with cache got some great takeaways! ?
— Mads Thines (@ThinesMads) September 26, 2017
Fantastic session by @ThijsFeryn on using JSON Web Tokens and Varnish to cache content for authenticated users!
— Emlyn (@EmlynK) September 26, 2017
Very good talk, hit me up if you ever need help in combining this with D8. Oh yeah, also add me to the book lottery 😉
— hoebekewim (@hoebekewim) September 26, 2017
Pretty cool to see @ThijsFeryn speaking at #DrupalCon. pic.twitter.com/tzazaWU4o0
— Oliver Davies (@opdavies) September 26, 2017
https://t.co/uehXT48Tlr @ThijsFeryn amazing stuff #jwt varnish and #drupal for faster pages
— shyam_raj (@shyam_raj) September 26, 2017
The slides feature a reduced version of the VCL code for Varnish. Here’s the full VCL: