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DevShed:
Optimizing System Performance
December 01, 2006 @ 09:56:00

On DevShed today, there's the second part in a two part series (another excerpt from the "Zend PHP Certification" from Zend) talking about getting the most out of your application and platform through some simple debugging/optimizing tools.

They start off with a look at debuggers - what they're for and a brief mention (high level) of how to use them. Next up is some simple suggestions for optimizing the performance of your application:

  • Hardware issues
  • Web server issues
  • Avoid overkill
  • Zip it up
  • Database optimizations
They also include a simple recommendation that all developers, looking for performance boosts or not should follow - "keep your code simple".

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