1. Marcus Couch

    Its like looking into the Matrix. All I can say is “Whoa”.


  2. John Blackbourn

    Thanks for the write-up Sarah. I’m really pleased people are liking the plugin!

    I’ve just released it to WordPress.org: http://wordpress.org/plugins/query-monitor/


  3. Sarah Gooding

    @John Blackbourn – Thanks, I’ve updated the post with the wordpress.org link. And thank you for taking the time to create this awesome plugin!


  4. Jeff

    Sarah, this could be one of the best finds I’ve seen in a long time! Thanks for sharing.

    More importantly, Thanks to John for writing it. One of my custom post types is doing 52 queries on a view. Even if the data is cached, that’s a lot.

    If you’ll excuse me, I have some work to do.


  5. Jeffro

    We should use this plugin to diagnose why the backend of this site is so slow!


  6. Sarah Gooding

    @Jeffro – LOL!


  7. Andy McIlwain

    @John Blackbourn – Get yourself some header art for that plugin page! ;) Passing this around to our team at the office. Always nice to see new useful dev tools appear in the wild.


  8. Noumaan Yaqoob

    @Marcus Couch – And it is pretty, not all green and black :)


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