Published on December 20, 2016 by JSConf

Stack Overflow is a website that helps millions of developers every day. On the other hand, not many developers realize that this site serves them with incredible efficiency. For example, a question and answer page is typically served in 10ms.
How do you serve so many requests in so little time while running on 9 web servers? In this new talk, I will explain how this is planned, implemented and measured.

Marco is a developer in the core​ Q&A​ team of Stack Overflow since 2013. While not creating bugs and fixing them in a hurry, he enjoys blogging on, covering computers topics from transistors to tech leadership.He frequently speaks on architecture, engineering and Stack Overflow.

JSConf.Asia – Capitol Theatre, Singapore – 25+26 November 2016.


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Romeo Enso
Romeo Enso
1 year 6 months ago

are they using typescript?

Greg Bray
Greg Bray
1 year 7 months ago