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Scaling eBay

Interesting presentation on the history of eBay's architectural evolution, from one-coder startup through 200M registered users and 2 petabytes of data. (via Tim Bray).

Update: Great followup, including a survey of other commentary on this talk, by Greg Linden.

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Ebay use rss to parse their product, xml is faster to extract products for ebay world.

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