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DEFINITION: A Webmaster is a person who either:Creates and manages the information content (words and pictures) and organization of a Web siteManages the computer server and technical programming aspects of a Web siteOr does both.Companies advertising for a Webmaster vary in their use of the term. In a smaller company, a Webmaster typically "does it all." In a larger company, a Webmaster tends to be someone  … 
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Best Practices to Assure High Performance: Optimizing Web Applications in a Web 2.0 World
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WHITE PAPER: Faced with rising customer expectations and increasing competitive pressures, Website managers are applying new technologies. In this paper, Gomez will address why traditional “Web page” monitoring is insufficient, how new demands on client-side computing change the performance game, and what the return of the browser wars means for your business.
Posted: 18 Sep 2009 | Published: 18 Sep 2009

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WEBMASTERS DEFINITION (continued): …  with either a writing and/or graphics design background who has acquired Web site creation skills (mainly knowledge and experience with HTML) or a more technical person with some programming skills. The "technical" Webmaster runs the server (for example, by managing the creation and authorization associated with file systems) and writes programs or Practical Extraction and Reporting Language scripts required by the Web site.In a very large corporation, there may be a Webmaster team of people at the top of the corporation who establish the overall corporate Web design and policies, arrange the … 
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