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Multiuser Subversion (38 tags)
Your source code is too important to be left to chance. Having introduced Subversion, Rafael Garcia-Suarez demonstrates how to use it for multiuser, distributed projects. What can this modern, powerful source-control system do for you?

Introducing LAMP Tuning Techniques (32 tags)
Having a successful web site can be a mixed blessing. It's nice to reach more people, but it's painful to run up against hardware limits. Fortunately, LAMP sites have several tuning options, from tweaking parameters to replacing components. Adam Pedersen explains.

Apache Web-Serving with Mac OS X: Part 1 (26 tags)
In this first part of a multi-part series, Kevin Hemenway shows you how to start serving web pages directly from your Mac using its built-in Apache server.

Introducing mod_security (25 tags)
Every layer of security you can add is one more deterrent for the bad guys. Writing (or choosing) secure code is important, but it's not the only defense. Ivan Ristic, creator of mod_security, explains how this Apache module can turn back potential attacks before they reach your code.

Location, Location, Location: Tips for Storing Web Site Files (22 tags)
So where do you store your web site files on your Mac OS X development server? The Sites folder, aliases to other locations on your hard drive, virtual hosts? Patrick Crowley (of shows you what he's learned from his experiences.