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Use the Source: Redis Internal Tricks

You can stare at architecture diagrams all day, but the real power lies in the source code.

Redis ( is a C-based in-memory first database server with persistence options. It’s often compared with Memcached. One key difference is that Redis provides a richer set of primitive operations that make it more versatile for a variety of use cases. There are abundant Redis guides…




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Eileen Pangu

Eileen Pangu

Manager and Tech Lead @ FANG. Enthusiastic tech generalist. Enjoy distilling wisdom from experiences. Believe in that learning is a lifelong journey.

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