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Laurie Voss Nov 21
Chapter 2: using BitTorrent for everything.
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Laurie Voss Nov 21
Chapter 3: forget Torrents. Use the blockchain for everything.
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Laurie Voss Nov 21
Chapter 4: sharding the database before adding any indexes.
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Laurie Voss Nov 21
Chapter 5: upgrading to faster processors without checking if you're limited by disk I/O.
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Laurie Voss Nov 21
Chapter 6: rewriting APIs in C for speed without compressing data on the wire.
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Laurie Voss Nov 21
Chapter 7: putting large blobs of binary data into SQL databases for fun and profit.
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Rob Jefferson Nov 21
Chapter 7: sysctl ALL THE THINGS, but haphazardly.
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Laurie Voss Nov 21
Chapter 8: using protobufs to poll 300 times per second.
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Laurie Voss Nov 21
Chapter 9: diagnose scaling issues by grepping 10 lines of code and guessing.
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Martin Costello Nov 21
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Laurie Voss Nov 21
Chapter 10: putting Varnish in front of everything just in case.
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⁂ Andrew Davis Nov 21
but, but, this would have come in handy when <redacted> pointed 30 million users at the micro ec2 testing deployment!
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Laurie Voss Nov 21
Chapter 11: buying boxes with gigantic amounts of RAM.
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Bradley Farias Nov 21
let's not forget: *STOP* using JSON for internal communications
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adam mcgreggor Nov 21
surely 10 should be haproxy...
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Laurie Voss Nov 21
Chapter 12: realizing your HAProxy box is still a micro instance.
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Laurie Voss Nov 21
see chapter 12
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adam mcgreggor Nov 21
hehehehe
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