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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of precompilation

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of precompilation:
/pɹɪkəmpəlejʃən/

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  1. was precompilation, and we don't--we haven't really talked about this much in the past,
  2. during loading requests. So since a couple of SDK releases ago when we turn down precompilation
  3. as possible. But one really interesting requirement of precompilation is that we occasionally
  4. is really not even enough data to register. So here are some of the results of the precompilation.
  5. What you see here is the loading or request latency before and after we rolled out precompilation,
  6. at the end, after precompilation is enabled. But at the very least we've eliminated all
  7. how Don was talking about precompilation for production. So you can kind of think of it
  8. as like many precompilation for your DevAppServer and it goes in and it injects little bytecode
  9. >> SCHWARZ: Okay. Well, so first of all you want to make sure that that you're using precompilation,
  10. is considered kind of best effort thing. So occasionally precompilation wont' always take
  11. talk about some additional things beyond precompilation that we were planning to do. Like increasing
  12. be a pretty dramatic speed up maybe on par with precompilation and the I/O changes--depending
  13. >> Okay. And it seems--one another question, I was curious--were talking about precompilation