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Speed up your web apps with Google web performance engineer, Ilya Grigorik

Published on 12/14/2015

This episode explains: what developers should know to speed up their web apps, how to read the Chrome DevTools waterfall, and how HTTP/2 works. Speed up your web apps with Google web performance engineer, Ilya Grigorik

How to optimize images for faster load times with Kelly Sutton

Published on 11/30/2015

Optimizing images can result in the largest byte savings and performance improvements for your websites. This interview answers the big question: "How do you optimize images?" How to optimize images for faster load times with Kelly Sutton

Millions of requests per hour and processing rich video analytics at Wistia

Published on 11/16/2015

Streaming videos is difficult enough, but it gets even more complicated when you start collecting very detailed stats. See how Wistia's different layers handle intense processing. Max also gives us a sneak peek of new projects they're working on. Millions of requests per hour and processing rich video analytics at Wistia

Handling trillions of events daily and conquering scaling issues with Keen CTO

Published on 10/31/2015

Dan knows a thing or two about scaling APIs. This episode teaches how to avoid outages and how Keen processes a lot of critical data using queues, stream processing, and scalable storage Handling trillions of events daily and conquering scaling issues with Keen CTO

Scaling Basecamp and making it insanely fast with CTO and Rails Founder, David H. Hansson

Published on 10/19/2015

From serving 2,000 reqs/second and thwarting DDoS attacks, to techniques used in making Basecamp insanely fast and adapting Rails to thicker JS clients, David drops knowledge you do not want to miss. Scaling Basecamp and making it insanely fast with CTO and Rails Founder, David H. Hansson

How to automate the right tasks so you can focus on development

Published on 10/05/2015

From a better onboarding process to making your life easier, automating is an investment that makes a big difference. Kate shares how she automates with one-click deploy and one-click test environment examples. How to automate the right tasks so you can focus on development

How Shopify handles 300M uniques a month running Rails, Docker, and MySQL

Published on 09/21/2015

Simon explains how Shopify handles flash sales where thousands of people rush in at the same time. He talks about scaling databases, making apps resilient, and tips for companies looking to run Docker in production. How Shopify handles 300M uniques a month running Rails, Docker, and MySQL

How to Easily Setup and Manage Live Infrastructure with Chef's Own, Nathen Harvey

Published on 08/31/2015

Push your infrastructure live and manage your nodes with a special guest from Chef's team. This is a sequel to the first popular Chef episode with Nathen Harvey. If you've ever watched Nathen's work, you already know this is a great episode. How to Easily Setup and Manage Live Infrastructure with Chef's Own, Nathen Harvey

Docker, The Art of Monitoring, and Kickstarter Engineering with James Turnbull

Published on 08/17/2015

Get a sneak peak into his upcoming book The Art of Monitoring and answers to what you should be monitoring (and how). We also talk about Docker in production and how Kickstarter monitors to give users a better experience. Docker, The Art of Monitoring, and Kickstarter Engineering with James Turnbull

How Netflix handles 36% of the U.S. bandwidth, and how reddit handles 160M users

Published on 07/28/2015

Netflix accounts for over 36% of North America's downstream traffic during peak hours. Reddit has over 160M unique visitors a month and billions of page views. Jeremy teaches us how they've scaled to such heights. How Netflix handles 36% of the U.S. bandwidth, and how reddit handles 160M users

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