Over the weekend I pleaded for help with the Webinar I’m hosting today on scalability. The comments I received on the blog and on FriendFeed are world class and included links to tons of resources. It is an example of why I love blogging and Twittering and FriendFeeding. What an interesting group of people hang out here. Anyway, see you later in the morning. I’ll read many of these questions live, and if you can join us live we’ll be taking questions via Skype during the show.
One change, Matt Mullenweg couldn’t make it back from Europe in time, so we have the VP of Engineering from Technorati, Dorion Carroll. If you want to join us live, sign up on the Webinar page. We’ll have a recording of the Webinar up in about a week.
Ahh, here’s a free webinar coming up on October 9th: “Avoiding the ‘Fail Whale’.”
* Matt Mullenweg: Founder of Automattic, the company behind WordPress.
* Paul Bucheit: One of the founders of FriendFeed and the creator of Gmail.
* Nat Brown: CTO of iLike, a music community service that had one of the first Facebook apps.
Aimed at entrepreneurs who are trying to plan their systems and avoid architectural problems like the ones that Twitter went through.
For those who don’t know, iLike had to scurry to find enough server space as they got millions of people in just a few days. Automattic is the publisher of WordPress and hosts this blog. FriendFeed is my favorite new service and I reload it hundreds of times a day and I can’t remember the last time I couldn’t get to the service.
Looking forward to this.