We are super excited to announce our second community call on 2020-09-24T07:00:00Z 9 AM Pacific Time. We are honored to host The New York Times’ Doug Donohoe. He will give a 30 min talk about how The New York Times reordered 57 million events in-memory using BadgerDB (with code and lessons learned). That’s every version of every New York Times article since 1851 and related assets (e.g. images, tags).
This call will also feature Dgraph’s CEO @mrjn and the Dgraph team who will be there to answer your questions. Please submit your questions on this thread.
9 AM - 9:30 AM: Doug Donohoe from The New York Times
9:30 AM - 9:40 AM: Q&A with Doug Donohoe
9:40 AM - 10:30 AM: Q&A with the Dgraph Team
About Doug Donohoe:
Senior Software Engineer at The New York Times
Doug Donohoe (he/him/his) lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, working remotely for the New York Times as a Senior Software Engineer on the Publishing Pipeline team. Doug has created e-commerce, poker, high-frequency trading, ad-tech, healthcare, fintech, and publishing software using Scala, Java, Python, Groovy, C, C++, and most recently Go. He enjoys traveling and hiking with his wife Cindy, has been to all seven continents, and likes turtles.
Recommended reading: Reordering 57 Million New York Times Publishing Assets Using Go and BadgerDB