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8 Links to Performance Tips from the Conference Circuit

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8 Links to Performance Tips from the Conference Circuit

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In this week’s news, we go on the conference circuit to find great web performance tips from Velocity EU, WebPerfDays Europe, JavaOne and more.

* Patrick DuBois looks at the similarities between ordinary code and practice versus infrastructure as code.

* Joshua Bixby has answers to 36 questions about web performance.

*  Microsoft’s IE team explains why measuring time in millisecond resolutions just isn’t enough.

* Steve Sounders shows why cache is king.

* Our partner Wirehive asks how do you make app monitoring sexy. (Answer: New Relic!)

* C2B2 shares the performance tips they learned at JavaOne.

* Guy Podjarny explains why HTTP/2.0 is good for CDNs and FEO.

* Rich Huang’s newrelic-rake project adds a New Relic instrument for Rake tasks.

* O’Reilly has session videos from its Velocity Europe conference.

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