#70: CRDT: Conflict-free Replicated Data Type (guest: Martin Kleppmann)
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Hello everyone! My name is Martin Kleppmann. I’m a researcher at the University of Cambridge. And I would like to tell you briefly about the technology called CRDTs. So, CRDT stands for Conflict-free Replicated Data Type. It’s a type of data structure that you can use to build collaboration software. So think software like Google Docs for example. Or Figma. Or Trello. Or a TODO list that syncs between your computer and your phone. You can build this type of software using CRDTs.

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