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SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Often the knowledge of what a problem isn’t gives you a big clue about what a problem is and where it might lie. At the same time, it’s easy to be misled by your instincts — what feels like a database problem might prove to be a network problem, and what feels like a threading problem might prove to be a lack of RAM.

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