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Tips February 2011

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http://highscalability.com/blog/2010/11/4/facebook-at-13-million-queries-per-second-recommends-minimiz.html
Facebook at 13 Million Queries Per Second Recommends: Minimize Request Variance (Page last updated November 2010, Added 2011-02-27, Author Todd Hoff, Publisher highscalability). Tips:

http://blog.dynatrace.com/2010/11/05/how-we-improved-our-web-site-performance-rank-from-d-to-a/
How we improved our Web Site Performance Rank from D to A (Page last updated November 2010, Added 2011-02-27, Author Andreas Grabner, Publisher dynatrace). Tips:

http://blog.yohanliyanage.com/2010/10/ktjs-3-soft-weak-phantom-references/
Know the JVM Series - When Weaker is Better: Understanding Soft, Weak and Phantom References (Page last updated November 2010, Added 2011-02-27, Author Yohan Liyanage, Publisher yohanliyanage). Tips:

http://www.ovaistariq.net/404/mysql-paginated-displays-how-to-kill-performance-vs-how-to-improve-performance/
MySQL Paginated displays - How to kill performance vs How to improve performance! (Page last updated November 2010, Added 2011-02-27, Author Ovais Tariq, Publisher ovaistariq). Tips:

http://assets.en.oreilly.com/1/event/22/High%20Performance,%20Low%20Cost,%20and%20Strong%20Security_%20Pick%20Any%20Three%20Presentation.pdf
Low Cost, High Performance, Strong Security: Pick Any Three (Page last updated November 2010, Added 2011-02-27, Author Chris Palmer, Publisher oreilly). Tips:

http://perspectives.mvdirona.com/2010/11/29/AvailabilityInGloballyDistributedStorageSystems.aspx
Availability in Globally Distributed Storage Systems (Page last updated November 2010, Added 2011-02-27, Author James Hamilton, Publisher perspectives). Tips:

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