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Redis San Francisco Meetup Notes

There aren’t so many NoSQL events in Europe, so I kind of like this sort of detailed notes from events:

The main takeaway from the evening was that you can use Redis for pretty much anything but it seems very well suited for any situation where you want to store some information as a data structure on a remote server. It seems like a very strong replacement for memcached and much much more.