One of the most important resources for a Web developer are their tools. If I asked you to name a few of your most used tools, you'd more than likely talk about your programming tools - things such as your IDE of choice, unit testing and debugging tools, SQL tools, FTP software, your browser, and source control software.

In fact, I asked the developers on my team at Dealerskins this very question and most named all or some of the above. Other tools incredibly important to a Web Developer are load testing and performance monitoring tools. These types of tools are most often used by systems administrators or QA engineers, but our senior development staff are just as likely to wire up DAO's as they are to check our overall ColdFusion platform performance. Which brings me to the point of this post.

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