05 Jul 2014

Conflict-free Replicated Data Types

Wolf Rentzsch talks to Andrew Pontious Conflict-free Replicated Datatypes (CRDTs), an exciting new suite of simple data types that are explicitly designed for distributed data storage. Also: CAP theorem, eventual consistency, and Indiana Jones.


Rejected Episode Titles:

  • In Your Little Process
  • You Can Grab Pixels
  • I Wanted to Make This Episode Better
  • No Promises
  • I Like to Go Historical
  • The Terminology Is a Little Weird
  • Generic, Academic Term
  • Now They Can’t Talk
  • Still Alive and Walking Among Us
  • There’s No God Mode
  • Each Node Knows What It Knows
  • It’s a Jargon, and It’s Not Our Jargon
  • A Big Gossip Circle
  • Consensus Is a Bottleneck
  • A Queue of Coffee Cups
  • It Changed How I Did Laundry
  • Consensus Is Not Free
  • Our First Lady Gaga Reference in All of Edge Cases
  • ‘et al’, If I Want to Be All Academic
  • This Is Kind of Messed Up and Confusing
  • A Survey of the Field