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January 22, 2016

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Good stuff, I although here "increases throughput by a whopping 28%" I think this should say 38%. 112.5 / 81.25 = 1.384615.

31.25/112.5 (~28%) is not the correct way to calculate the performance improvement. I clicked through and saw that this error was from the original article though.

You're totally right Chris. I took the 28% number from the Guardian article, but I've updated the number above.

My favourite Stephen Wright one-liner:
Yesterday there was a power cut at the mall - 20 people were trapped on the escalators

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