Where's the business part in yet another blog?
Saves money and get better perfomance?
Not nearly, until now I can only see:
1. a blog owner claiming his web site is much smaller after a move from NET
Pretty strange, I wuold really like to see how the web site was before, but
seems I don't really need it: i just checked the current home page and found
it's 309 KB all included, so actually it's 1 KB bigger then the size he's
claiming for the NET version.
2. a terminal emulator which can "show" 270 pages in 0.2 seconds, and I
wrote "show" because to get that speed it actually shows only part of the
"Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> .NET to LINUX conversion
> ,----[ Quote ]
> | The initial results are showing that our site is running about 60%
> | now. Here is a comparison chart of three main pages of our site and the
> | before and after. Overall, it's a 25% savings site-wide on performance.
> | you take into account that we are now showing more pictures on
> | the "City-Catego" page, we think the savings is more like 35-45%.
> | We're lovin' LINUX!
> Performance boosted significantly. No surprise given benchmarks like this
> Comprehensive Linux Terminal Performance Comparison
> ,----[ Quote ]
> | Linux has an abundance of excellent terminal applications.
> Interestingly, I
> | could not find any decent comparison of their text display performance.
> | I use the command line a lot, I want text output that is as fast as
> | When you compile a large project, you don't want the console output to
> be the
> | limiting factor.
> Watch Windows. What an embarrassment for a very limited and ugly shell.