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Scaling Reddit from 1 Million to 1 Billion–Pitfalls and Lessons
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| by Jeremy Edberg Follow 0 Followers on Aug 15, 2013 |
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Jeremy Edberg shares some of the lessons learned scaling Reddit, advising on pitfalls to avoid.

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Bio

Jeremy Edberg is currently the Reliability Architect for Netflix, the largest video streaming service in the world. Before that he ran Reddit, an online community for sharing and discussing interesting things on the internet that does more than two billion page views a month. Jeremy has keynoted at conferences such as PyCon and Cloud Connect, and holds a cognitive Science degree from UC Berkeley.

A sold-out conference on how to scale backend systems at startups and fast growing companies designed for everyone who wanted to create MVPs that scale beyond expectations. It featured a great lineup of stories and presenters including Jeremy Edberg from Netflix (previously lead architect at Reddit), Rajiv Eranki (formerly lead server architect at Dropbox), and Theo Schlossnagle (OmnIT).

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