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How we improved performance of a batch process from two days to five minutes
The Growth team recently improved the performance of a script that prepares data for usage in the mentor dashboard. Learn about how they decreased the average runtime of the script from more than 48 hours to less than five minutes.
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October 29, 2021 Martin Urbanec
Iterating on how we do NFS at Wikimedia Cloud Services
NFS is a central piece of infrastructure that is essential to services like Toolforge. Recently, the Cloud Services team at Wikimedia had been reviewing how we do NFS.
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October 19, 2021
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Arturo Borrero Gonzalez
Roundup: Google Summer of Code 2021 and Outreachy Round 22
This year’s outreach programs were some of the most successful ever. This post highlights projects from Google Summer of Code 2021 and Outreachy Round 22.
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October 8, 2021
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Sarah R. Rodlund and Srishti Sethi
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