CAP Theorem@Codemotion 2016, Milan

I just come back from Codemotion Milan, and it was great! Apparently a lot of people liked my presentation, someone told me that they really understood, for the first time, the CAP theorem. Which is absolutely great!

Thanks for everybody who attended, you were a fantastic bunch and I feel absolutely grateful and privileged for being there!

I am looking forward to the next tech meeting or conference!

Ah, the code is on GitHub but please keep in mind that this is basically the result of a four days spike, so it’s not particularly good. But I promise I will refactor it 🙂

The recording (in Italian) is available on youtube thanks to Codemotion.

 

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