Monthly Archives: June 2016

Percentages Aren’t People

This is a story about an engineering group celebrating success when it shouldn’t be… and their organization buying into it. […]

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Understanding API Latencies

Today’s Internet is powered by APIs. Tomorrow’s will be even more so. Without a pretty UI or a captivating experience, […]

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Pully McPushface

The Argument for Connectivity Agnosticism Turning the corner It’s about push vs. pull… but it shouldn’t be. There has been […]

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What’s new in JLog?

There is a class of problems in systems software that require guaranteed delivery of data from one stage of processing […]

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Circonus One Step Install

Introducing Quick and Simple Onboarding with C:OSI When we started developing Circonus 6 years ago, we found many customers had […]

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