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Chimezie Enyinnaya
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Jul 30, 2021 ⋅ 3 min read

Using the inbuilt Node.js profiler

Chimezie Enyinnaya I'm a self-taught software developer based in Lagos, Nigeria. I enjoy teaching what I have learned and what I'm currently learning so that others can benefit from it.

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One Reply to "Using the inbuilt Node.js profiler"

  1. Great blog entry! I learned a lot. Thanks!
    The only thing I wasn’t sure about is the timing your run the commands.

    For example, for the ab tool run, you should do it and at the same time kick the –prof-process or aftewards ?

    Thanks Again!

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