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The cost of QA is falling, LinkedIn's scale achievements, and taking care of the details

raygun_staff profile image Raygun Staff ・2 min read

Hi folks,

Welcome back to Performance Matters.

In this edition, we have something for everyone. Read about how the cost of software quality could be falling, LinkedIn Engineering's deep dive on Linux filesystem performance regressions, and the virtual summit coming to your screens soon.

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