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How “I don’t know” Can Make You An Authority In Your Industry
How “I don’t know” Can Make You An Authority In Your Industry
One thing I’ve learned at Buffer is that being open to not knowing things seems to be the best way to learn quickly and teach others at...
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Power, Pollution and the Internet
Power, Pollution and the Internet
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Jeff Rothschild’s machines at Facebook had a problem he knew he had to solve immediately. They were about to melt. The company had...
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Facebook Reveals Final Piece In Scalable Data Center Vision
Facebook Reveals Final Piece In Scalable Data Center Vision
Facebook revealed the final piece in its scalable data redesign today, one that completes its vision of redefining traditional hardware and software to make it more flexible to...
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Facebook Outage Affects Sites That Used Social Network’s Log-In System
Facebook Outage Affects Sites That Used Social Network’s Log-In System
Facebook, Instagram and other high-profile sites using Facebook’s log-in system suffered outages lasting around 45 minutes to an hour Monday evening Pacific Time. Dynatrace analysis showed that...
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Web caching: Facebook’s Problem of a Thousand Servers
Web caching: Facebook’s Problem of a Thousand Servers
Distributed computing systems at extreme scale are governed by a different set of rules than small-scale systems. One of the differences Facebook has discovered is the role...
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The Facebook Data Center FAQ
The Facebook Data Center FAQ
With more than 900 million active users, Facebook is the busiest site on the Internet and has built an extensive infrastructure to support this rapid growth. The social networking site...
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