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Redis and Twitter filters in Python or Ruby

Mirko Froehlich has a ☞ long post explaining the problem and the rationale behind the chosen architectures. Then, he goes on presenting the various pieces used in building the solution:

Code is available on ☞ GitHub.

Bulkan Evcimen took this sample application and built it on a Python stack:

So now you have yet another “good” reason[1] to play with Redis and Twitter.

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