I want to program a general network in which each of the components (nodes and arcs) has some capacity and some commodity is sent from a source node to a sink. I would like to know if there is any ...
Optimistic & Pessimistic Programming - Ensuring multiple tasks are called only once for specific record
Let's say you have 10 database records which you need to process in the following way: Start Pull 2 records from the database with the 'Processed' flag set to 'false' Call the external web service ...
I really like programming simple things, like solutions for Project Euler, where you can concentrate, write an algorithm, instantly execute, test, verify and change the program until it works. Even ...
I'm having difficulties understanding whether or not this is the right process to use for a flow chart which illustrates the processes involved in an algorithm. For this, assume the following: A 1D ...
We all know that the gotostatement should only be used on very rare occasions if at all. It has been discouraged to use the goto statement countless places countless times. But why it there never ...
Yesterday I asked a question that happened to have another meaning inside. I can see that Control/data flow is often mentioned to be static analysis (when tools is used) or dynamic analysis testing in ...
Flow is a concept introduced by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi; in short, it means to get into the "zone". You feel immersed in your task, focused; the task can be difficult but challenging at the same time. ...
I've read/heard that interruptions are bad for programmers. I've also read/heard that getting into 'the zone' is good. I don't doubt these assertions, but I'd like to educate colleagues (managers, ...
There's a workflow I'm working on. It's so far been web forms filling databases with occasional writing configuration scripts for analysis instruments instruments, and I've written it all, in Perl, ...
What are your strategies to improve the flow experience when doing work?