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Since 1995, Michael Blakeley has been working to improve the performance of applications based on Internet technologies. Our approach to performance analysis relies on in-depth knowledge of the network, OS, and applications. By maintaining a strong focus on the product goals, we can analyze and resolve any performance issue.
Michael Blakeley holds a degree in engineering from Harvey Mudd College. He has been actively involved in Internet-related computing since 1988. His experience includes work for Ziff-Davis Publishing, Silicon Graphics, and Netscape Communications.
Besides publishing articles in PC Week, PC Magazine, MacWeek, and Web Techniques, Michael has delivered talks on Internet performance issues at Internet World, Seybold, WebInnovation, and the Netscape Developers Conference. Michael wrote and released the WebStone benchmark program for Silicon Graphics, and participated in the SPEC benchmark working groups for SPECweb96, SPECweb98, and SPECjava, and in the TPC-Web working group.
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