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How not to figure out why people use alternatives

How not to figure out why people use alternatives

Posted Feb 15, 2012 16:51 UTC (Wed) by gerv (subscriber, #3376)
In reply to: How not to figure out why people use alternatives by KotH
Parent article: Tracking users

I'm not sure that market research could tell us which SQL queries are running long, or which addons are commonly installed by people who are more than one standard deviation above average memory usage, or...

Asking users to describe the performance problems they see is one thing. Working out which bits of the code are _causing_ that is something you need built-in metrics for.


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