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Load Balancing 101: The Importance of Local Load Balancing

Local load balancing is a must for every application, no matter how small or trivial. Here’s why.

5 min read

Nic Benders

Going to Market Faster: Most Companies Are Deploying Code Weekly, Daily, or Hourly

Our latest end-of-year survey results offer some telling data that show how far companies have come on their journey toward adopting a data culture.

5 min read

Asami Novak

Measuring DevOps: Metrics That Define Software Quality

To quantify the quality of your software’s overall continuous improvement efforts, consider tracking these metrics.

5 min read

Asami Novak

Introduction to iOS 9 Background Execution and Fetch

Almost everything you ever wanted to know about iOS 9 background execution and fetch.

10 min read

Clay Smith

Measuring DevOps: Are You Tracking These App Performance KPIs?

What may initially seem like a DevOps success story can quickly turn into a disaster if you fail to measure the right metrics.

5 min read

Asami Novak

6 Tips for Documenting RESTful APIs

At SpringOne2GX, Pivotal’s Andy Wilkinson shared 6 hard-won tips designed to help you create RESTful API documentation your users will love.

4 min read

Tori Wieldt

Bring Frontend and Backend Monitoring Together from the Start [Webinar]

Learn how monitoring with New Relic helps businesses keep things running smoothly, both behind the scenes and in front of customers.

3 min read

B.J. Hinshaw

7 Great GitHub Tips and Tricks

Useful things we learned at Brent Beer’s OSCON session on Everything I Wish I Knew When I Started Using GitHub.

3 min read

Tori Wieldt

Using New Relic to Understand Redis Performance: The 7 Key Metrics

Understand what you can learn from 7 crucial metrics—and how to access them via Redis Labs’ free Redis Cloud plugin for New Relic.

6 min read

Itamar Haber

Weird Ruby Part 4: Code Pods (Blocks, Procs, and Lambdas)

Welcome back for the fourth installment in the Weird Ruby series. This time we’re going to talk about closures in Ruby.

12 min read

Jonan Scheffler

10 Deep DevOps Thoughts From Chef’s Jez Humble

Chef VP Jez Humble, co-author of Lean Enterprise and Continuous Delivery, shares his insights at an IEEE DevOps symposium.

8 min read

Fredric Paul

Follow the Money: 4 Financial Lessons for Mobile App Developers

Mobile apps may be a monster market, but these insights from VisionMobile's "State of the Developer Nation" report explain why not everybody’s getting rich.

7 min read

Kevin Casey

Weird Ruby Part 3: Fun with the Flip-Flop Phenom

Have you ever longed for a way to execute part of a loop part of the time? Then the flip-flop operator is perfect for you! More weird Ruby tips.

8 min read

Jonan Scheffler

Going Beyond grep for Searching Source Code

When searching your source code, grep gets the job done. But you can get better, faster results with tools like ack and ag.

7 min read

Andy Lester

6 Python Performance Tips

Understanding how Python works is the key to wringing the best performance from the popular language.

6 min read

John Paul Mueller

Weird Ruby Part 2: Exceptional Ensurance

In part two of our series on unexpected code behavior in Ruby, we cover using begin-else blocks with clauses to handle exceptions.

7 min read

Jonan Scheffler

Weird Ruby Part 1: The Beginning of the End

In part one of a series on the weird and unexpected parts of Ruby, we take a closer look at the seemingly straightforward ‘begin-end’ block.

5 min read

Jonan Scheffler

Diving Into Bytecode Manipulation: Creating an Audit Log With ASM and Javassist

A technical look at how to integrate two common byte code manipulation frameworks (ASM and Javassist) directly into your own Java application code.

14 min read

Ashley Puls

Turning Mac Minis into Agile Mac OS X ESXI Hosts: Getting VMs Up and Running

First, we turned current-gen Mac Minis into ESXI vSphere hosts. Now, we're covering how to get those VMs up and running.

5 min read

Vanessa White

Adventures in AngularJS: The View-Controller and Computed Properties

How we used AngularJS to build the foundation for developing New Relic’s user interfaces

6 min read

Vicente Reig Rincón de Arellano

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