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Shopify's Ruby monolith, common PostgreSQL bottlenecks, and Wikipedia's new look

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Hi folks,

Welcome back to Performance Matters. It's been another big week here at Raygun with the launch of XHR-level detail for response codes. This latest feature is part of our journey to provide best-in-class support for single-page applications ⚡️

In this edition, we're diving deep into the state of Shopify's monolith, we have a guide to solving common PostgreSQL issues, plus why Wikipedia is getting a new look 👀

Enjoy!

Your Curator


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