For a number of years, I have owned three very popular domain names: WebPerformance.org, WebCaching.org, and WebCompression.org. Last night, after many days of consideration, I stopped pointing them at their own distinct Web space and pointed them at this blog.
This is not a bad or evil thing, considering that for at least 18 months, the articles that were hosted at those sites were duplicated here in a more manageable format.
For those who have come looking for the content from those sites, it is here. The search box in the right column can help you locate it.
But for those who would like a refresher, here is a list of the most popular articles on this blog, as selected by Web performance traffic.
Web Performance Concepts Series
- Web Performance, Part I: Fundamentals
- Web Performance, Part II: What are you calling â€˜averageâ€™?
- Web Performance, Part III: Moving Beyond Average
- Web Performance, Part IV: Finding The Frequency
- Web Performance, Part V: Baseline Your Data
- Web Performance, Part VI: Benchmarking Your Site
- Web Performance, Part VII: Reliability and Consistency
- Web Performance, Part VIII: How do you define fast?
- Web Performance, Part IX: Curse of the Single Metric
Why Web Measurement Series
- Why Web Measurement, Part I: Customer Generation
- Why Web Measurement, Part II: Customer Retention
- Why Web Measurement, Part III: Business Operations
- Why Web Measurement, Part IV: Technical Operations
Web Performance Tuning
- The Dichotomy of the Web: Andy Kingâ€™s Website Optimization
- Performance Improvement From Compression
- Baseline Testing With cURL
- Compressing Web Output Using mod_deflate and Apache 2.0.x
- Compressing PHP Output
- Using Client-Side Cache Solutions And Server-Side Caching Configurations To Improve Internet Performance
- Performance Improvement From Caching and Compression
- Compressing Web Output Using mod_gzip for Apache 1.3.x and 2.0.x
- mod_gzip Compile Instructions
- Hacking mod_deflate for Apache 2.0.44 and lower
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