Profiling for Grown-Ups


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Good overview on the tools and ideas you can use, very good as a reference for further profiling
And very entertaining

Anonymous at 18:42 on 22 Nov 2012

Very interesting and useful insights on server side profiling. Waiting for slides to be uploaded.

Anonymous at 20:26 on 22 Nov 2012

Enjoyed the talk, insightful and entertaining.

Anonymous at 20:49 on 22 Nov 2012

A lot of interesting input. Short. Just the essentials. You gave us a good overview to a bunch of tools. Now its time to study them by myself.

My debugger is still var_dump ;-) as I don't have such high scaling projects, but nice input on what I can expect in the future. Oh and I really like real world examples.

Didn't know I could dig that deep profiling.
Nice one.

Really interesting! Thanks

Interesting insights in deep level profiling.

Anonymous at 09:20 on 23 Nov 2012

Excellent talk

Anonymous at 09:23 on 23 Nov 2012

Really interesting and entertaining talk. One of the topics you can't hear often enough and adapt into your work.

Anonymous at 09:25 on 23 Nov 2012

Excellent talk covering all the layers illustrated with real life examples

Very good talk, i liked the "War Storys"

Excellent talk.

Very interesting talk, many useful commands +5

Reall nice talk! Showed me some new ways how I can profile my web apps even better.

Anonymous at 14:43 on 23 Nov 2012

Anonymous at 16:32 on 23 Nov 2012

Interessting Topic and well presented

excellent talk. examples were cool, insights were cool, it will change the way i work

Anonymous at 23:21 on 23 Nov 2012

Really? I have to admit (and become ashamed). Before the talk I had no freaking idea of how a proper profiling should be done. This directed me to a bunch of new possibilities for making my apps more reliable.

Really good opening. Lot of valuable software and good explanation of the proper approach.

Liked the talk very much. Good overview of tools for all areas of the application stack.

Really interesting talk, nice list of tools :-)

Anonymous at 12:11 on 24 Nov 2012

The most entertaining talk. Maybe a bit too entertaining. But still really useful informations and motivation, thanks!

Nice Talk from the technical aspect, as it opened most of the poeples eyes that bottlenecks often are caused by other aspects than the programmed application.

Great presentation, a good set of tools and hints to where and how tools could be applied.

Excellent presentation that provided a wealth of pointers for further reading and study packaged in two real-world examples.
The big take-away for me was that you always have to keep in mind that you are probably initially looking in the wrong place for the problem. But now I know about more tools to hund down the problem.

Really great talk, much better than I expected!

Anonymous at 13:34 on 25 Nov 2012

Entertaining talk, giving a gross overview about profiling challenges.

It was a good listing of existing tools. Maybe give more details on how these were used to solve the cases. Don't call it "war stories".

always nice to hear real life scenarios and its solutions

Anonymous at 16:49 on 25 Nov 2012

I enjoyed this talk, stories are a good way to keep people interested in what's happening on stage and not on their laptops. The speaker was energetic, the slides were pretty, and most importantly, the topic interesting and communicated well. I didn't like that he kept talking to his friends(?) in the audience, and that he didn't repeat questions from the audience when asked without a microphone.

All in all, at the end of this talk I felt like I had learned something, and I was eager to try out some new stuff.

Thanks for both hints, i am going to bear them in mind the next time :-)

interesting and funny!