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Efficiency is not one-dimensional, part MMDXXI

In a discussion of the varying levels of efficiency in different web server configurations, Adam Trachtenberg writes, in part:

We've long since passed the inflection point where hardware resources
are more expensive than business objectives and developer costs, yet
we still persist in undervaluing those two assets. Just because
hardware has a tangible price doesn't mean that it's the only part of
the process with a cost.

Well put. Read Adam’s entire message.

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