A project I've been working on launched recently. Well, re-launched. A slick little iPhone app called Postography, which lets you send postcards with messages and pictures from your iPhone. Nifty, but sounds fairly straightforward, right?
How Tom O'Connor and Patrick Socha built and scaled PDFTribute.net for 150,000 visitors in a couple of days. An essential guide to making your viral site stable under an onslaught of socially connected traffic.
Back when I worked at LiveJournal, Brad Fitzpatrick commented: Our standards are continually being raised, so by definition any old code is ugly because new best practices have emerged in the meantime.
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