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A simple REST API benchmark to show Ada Web Server vs Java Grizzly performance

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Learn about Google's Protobuf, the protocol that surpasses JSON with better performance, better maintainability and smaller size!

https://auth0.com/blog/beating-json-performance-with-protobuf/?utm_source=googlecommunities&utm_medium=sc&utm_campaign=protobuf

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Calling sysadmins, devops engineers, SREs, QAs, & engineers who maintain the reliability/performance of systems - let us hear from you!

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🆕 All good things must come to an end! Read the last part of our Progressive Web Apps tutorial series where we focus on Push Notifications. 🎉

👉 https://auth0.com/blog/introduction-to-progressive-web-apps-push-notifications-part-3/?utm_source=googlecommunities&utm_medium=sc&utm_campaign=progressive_apps3
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Is anyone within reach of London using Varnish Plus or thinking about it? Skills Matter is hosting the London Varnish Summit 2017 at our CodeNode venue in Moorgate on 23 Feb.

(oh, and merry Christmas!)

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🆕 If you want to get started with Progressive Web Apps read our new article and learn what they are, their principal features and why companies all around the world are re-developing their websites into Progressive Web Apps! 😁

👉 https://auth0.com/blog/introduction-to-progressive-apps-part-one/?utm_source=googlecommunities&utm_medium=sc&utm_campaign=progressive_apps

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In this article we will go over the new features of JavaScript/ECMAScript 2015, a major update to the language and will also show you how to set up a modern project with ECMAScript 2015 plus async/await support!

https://auth0.com/blog/a-rundown-of-es6-features/?utm_source=googlecommunities&utm_medium=sc&utm_campaign=es6_features
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We've made performance testing of pre-release version of Tempesta FW, an open-source application delivery controller (ADC) built into Linux. The benchnarks show that the system reaches 1.8M HTTP requests per second on cheap 4 cores CPU. Details of the performance testing are available at our Wiki: https://github.com/tempesta-tech/tempesta/wiki/Tempesta-FW-benchmark .
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