Gareth Rushgrove overviews Ruby on Rails and Django: object caches, fragment and HTTP caching, asset compilation, profiling, log file measurement and framework hooks for instrumentation.
Roy Rapoport discusses how Netflix uses metrics to monitor and manage their operating environment along with some notes about their event management system.
Gary P Russell shows an application used for managing and monitoring apps built with Spring Integration, and overviews the JMX support provided by Spring Integration.
Kevin Lynagh provides the rationale behind visual interfaces, and presents a sample example written in ClojureScript.
Johan Oskarsson explains how Twitter is using Zipkin to trace a pages in order to see their execution path and to determine the time spent for loading for performance monitoring and analysis.
Lloyd Dugan discusses using the BPMN visual programming language for designing composite services and service orchestration.
Bhaven Avalani and Yuri Finklestein discuss 4 aspects encountered at eBay when dealing with monitoring data: reduction of data entropy, robust data distribution, metric extraction, efficient storage.
David Nolen unveils optimization techniques behind ClojureScript: code size, expression-oriented semantics, numerics, operations on JS primitive types, persistent data structures, etc.
Alex Gosse presents the current trend in application delivery, referring to cloud computing, its adoption and DevOps tools used in such environments.
Lars Bak presents several language virtual machines (Self, Strongtalk, Hotspot), why they matter and how they influenced V8 and Dart. His talk is centered on performance.
Jay Harris offers tips on using unit testing to improve the performance of applications.
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