About This Episode
Have you ever wanted to learn how top 100 web sites are architected? Deep Fried Bytes hosts Keith Elder and Chris Woodruff sat down with Joe Stump, Lead Architect at DIGG to discuss scaling large web sites, his life, development experiences and team building.
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Thanks to our guest this episode
Joe Stump has been developing large scale LAMP web sites since before Web 1.0 was Web 1.0. He's currently the Lead Architect for DIGG where he spends his time partitioning data, creating internal services, and ensuring the code frameworks are in working order. In his spare time he plays disc golf, works on side projects, and contributes to PEAR.
Joe’s blog can be found here.
- Debian GNU/Linux
- Apache Server
- Bell’s Brewery, maker of Oberon Ale
- Lazy Magnolia
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