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Useful Corporate Blogs that Talk About Scalability

Some intrepid company blogs are posting their technical challenges and how they solve them. I wish more would open up and talk about what they are doing as it helps everyone move forward. Here are a few blogs documenting their encounters with the bleeding edge:
  • Flickr
  • Digg
  • LinkedIn
  • Facebook
  • Amazon Web Services blog
  • Twitter blog
  • Reddit blog
  • Photobucket blog
  • Second Life blog
  • PlentyofFish blog
  • Joyent's Blog

    Any others that should be added?
  • Reader Comments (9)

    Good idea.

    Joyent's blog, http://www.joyeur.com/">Joyeur, is often quite interesting.

    November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterDan C

    Thanks @Dan C



    November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterKent Langley
    November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterSteve Loughran

    I write about scaling our two marketplaces www.hitflip.de and www.hitmeister.de on a separate blog. You can find it under www.managingtech.de - sorry its in German though!

    November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterJan

    I just created a pipe with the mentioned sources:


    November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterDiego Carrion

    Thanks for the list guys, I am going to visit these now.

    November 29, 1990 | Unregistered Commenterjewelry website design

    The blog I run is focused on scaling out Adobe server products with particular emphasis on ColdFusion, JRun and Livecycle ES. I would like to submit it as a candidate for inclusion here; http://www.cfwhisperer.com

    November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterMike Brunt

    I was visiting the links and find a lot of information very interesting, thanks for taking the job of making the list, is very useful, greetings

    November 29, 1990 | Unregistered Commenterrelojes de lujo

    aicache.com blog below is pretty much exclusively about scaling. It is of course centered around the aiCache product but it goes into a lot of useful detail regarding caching and architecture.


    November 29, 1990 | Unregistered Commentermaxrobbins

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