Performance

Unbuffered and transactional

We know you use TaskBeat to organise your companies daily. We also know that the number one feature you love is the ability to find stuff quickly and easily. With each release we have been tweaking the performance of the application and improving it’s ability to surface the important stuff quickly. Over a year ago […]

Leave Your Comments »

Profiling Performance

MiniProfiler is just a killer website optimiser as not only it tracks http requests but also finds spots to optimise your database queries, like finding similar sql queries per http call. TaskBeat is built on static stored procedures as it helps us pinpoint database performance issues and provide real-time updates with no caching, even at […]

Leave Your Comments »

Want your website to be speedier?

1. Compile the code, I mean it. Not bytecache (like use APC with PHP or DLL with VB) but really compile the whole thing to a native code to the language of the processor. Facebook does it with HipHop, Google does it with Java. Whatever you choose make sure the native image (assembler) is running […]

Leave Your Comments »

Challenges of large data sets

How do you make a project management application that handles thousands of work-streams likes projects, tasks and actions? May have failed creating a solution that handles that amount of data. Many managers and users have been disappointed using yet another task management app that simply collapsed in front of their eyes under heavy load. Thousands […]

Leave Your Comments »

Overheads

Recently there has been a lot of criticism of PHP in larger applications. Virtually anyone in the sphere is moving away from the language, some are stuck. Some others are getting clever about and develop their own frameworks around it like Facebook HipHop. But is it all that bad? Sure, as your solution grows it […]

Leave Your Comments »

Wintel

There’s something to be said about the performance of the code. One of the computational challenges today is the CPU cost. One would say that the performance of computers has grown so much that we don’t need to measure and care for how fast our computers are. That might be true in case of our […]

Leave Your Comments »