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Geekzone experience using Pingdom RUM

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 5-Apr-2013 08:15

After seeing a couple of my tweets about analytics and performance the folks at Pingdom asked me a few questions to put together a blog about Geekzone performance. How we maintain the site, how we collect data (including real user monitoring and analytics) and what makes the site run.

You can see some interesting information about browser usage and speeds in our State of Browsers on Geekzone March 2013.

We have been using the Pingdom RUM service pretty much from the start of the beta, released first week of January and should be out of beta soon.



Other related posts:
Google Chrome cache performance
Geekzone over the years: the tech behind the scenes
Again: use your ISP DNS for better performance






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Mauricio Freitas
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