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Google, Microsoft Cheat On Slow-Start — Should You?

November 26th, 2010 11:52 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

kdawson writes “Software developer and blogger Ben Strong did a little exploring to find out how Google achieves its admirably fast load times. What he discovered is that Google, and to a much greater extent Microsoft, are cheating on the ‘slow-start’ requirement of RFC-3390. His research indicates that discussion of this practice on the Net is at an early, and somewhat theoretical, stage. Strong concludes with this question: ‘What should I do in my app (and what should you do in yours)? Join the arms race or sit on the sidelines and let Google have all the page-load glory?’”

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