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1 Production postmortem: A null reference in our abstraction Administrator
2 Good, fast, pretty code: How to choose? Administrator
3 Measuring baseline costs Administrator
4 Production postmorterm: Houston, we have a problem Administrator
5 If you’re a db, you need to manage CPU / Memory / IO Administrator
6 Fastest code is the one not run: Part II – Memory management Administrator
7 Fastest code is the one not run: Part I – The cost of escaping strings Administrator
8 Production Postmortem: The Razor Suicide Administrator
9 Recruiting good people is hard Administrator
10 The importance of a data format: Part VII–Final benchmarks Administrator
11 Nepotism in the interview process Administrator
12 Static dictionary vs. dynamic dictionary tryouts Administrator
13 Reverse engineering the Smaz compression library Administrator
14 How to ensure that you won’t get hired, quickly Administrator
15 UX Tricks perceived responsiveness for high latency operations / failure modes Administrator
16 The importance of a data format: Part VI – When two orders of magnitude aren't enough Administrator
17 RavenDB at NDC Lonodn Administrator
18 The importance of a data format: Part V – The end result Administrator
19 The importance of a data format: Part IV – Benchmarking the solution Administrator
20 The importance of a data format: Part III – The solution Administrator
 
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