So you've made some code changes that should hopefully speed up some part of an application. But there is just one problem - you don't know how it will perform in live. Different networks, different ...
Because we need to keep response times low, we get tons of requests, and we need to basically process ALMOST the same data (which I'll refer to as X) each request (the inputs are different though, so ...
tl;dr: I've found myself hosting a bunch of sites running on the same web framework (symfony 1.4). Would it be helpful if I moved all of the shared library code into the same directory and shared it ...
I have been working on a website containing 3d maps, virtual 3d tours, etc. All of the content is large like images and video. The problem is the site performs well under normal speed connections but ...
Sometimes it comes to me that the biggest challenge for an engineer when he find his application getting worse in performance is lack of enough information. Imagine that you go through the weekly ...
I am using the following structure to save the images that users are uploading for their items: Images User_dir1 Item_dir1 Picture_file1 Picture_file2 User_dir2 Item_dir2 Picture_file3 ...