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13 Aug 2017 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [65422]
Vol 234, Issue 1' Vol 233 Issues 1, 2,3 and 4; Vol 232 Issues 2, 3 and 4

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • 10 Ridiculously Smart Questions You Should Ask In A Job Interview
  • 21 Technologies Transforming Software Development
  • Quantum Leap: Obstacles Remain, But A Revolution In Computing Is Almost Here
  • 3 Reasons Why GDPR is Not the New Y2K
  • Using Linux Performance Tools
  • IBM Scientists Store 330TB Of Uncompressed Data In One Tape, Sets New World Record
  • Four Times You Shouldn't Apologize (Including When It's Your Fault)
  • HDD vs. SSD: Is there room for disk in a solid-state world?
  • 10 Companies Using Machine Learning In Cool Ways
  • Enterprise Password Management: Mandatory Changes Out And MFA In

The longer version of this article has list of top ten articles for the last 8 weeks.
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18 Dec 2016 At Long Last, Linux Gets Dynamic Tracing [58884]
The New Stack, December 9th, 2016

"When the Linux kernel version 4.9 will be released next week, it will come with the last pieces needed to offer to some long-awaited dynamic thread-tracing capabilities," reports Joab Jackson in The New Stack.

"As the keepers of monitoring and debugging software start using these new kernel calls, some of which have been added to the Linux kernel over the last two years, they will be able to offer much more nuanced, and easier to deploy, system performance tools, noted Brendan Gregg, a Netflix performance systems engineer and author of DTrace Tools, in a presentation at the USENIX LISA 2016 conference, taking place this week in Boston..."
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09 Dec 2016 At Long Last, Linux Gets Dynamic Tracing [58770]
The New Stack, December 9th, 2016

"When the Linux kernel version 4.9 will be released next week, it will come with the last pieces needed to offer to some long-awaited dynamic thread-tracing capabilities.

As the keepers of monitoring and debugging software start using these new kernel calls, some of which have been added to the Linux kernel over the last two years, they will be able to offer much more nuanced, and easier to deploy, system performance tools, noted Brendan Gregg, a Netflix performance systems engineer and author of DTrace Tools, in a presentation at the USENIX LISA 2016 conference, taking place this week in Boston..."
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01 Dec 2015 Netflix: Linux performance analysis in 60 seconds [47925]
ITWorld, December 1st, 2015

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03 Oct 2015 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [46120]
Vol 211 Issues 1, 2, 3 and 4; Vol 210 Issues 1, 2, 3 and 4

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