If you started out building a dating site and instead ended up building a video sharing site (YouTube) that handles 4 billion views a day, then it’s just possible you learned something along the way. And indeed, Mike Solomon, one of the original engineers at YouTube, did learn a lot and he has given a talk about it at PyCon : Scalability at YouTube.This isn’t an architecture driven talk where we are led through a description of how a lot of boxes connect to each other.
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