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Jun
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revised Are Constant Time and Amortized Constant Time effectively considered equivalent?
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21
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Jun
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Jun
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revised Are Constant Time and Amortized Constant Time effectively considered equivalent?
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Jun
20
answered Are Constant Time and Amortized Constant Time effectively considered equivalent?
May
4
comment Are There Metrics For Cohesion And Coupling?
I doubt that code-based cohesion metrics can truly be indicative of interface level cohesion, and may even promote bad programming: mortoray.com/2015/04/29/…
Apr
27
comment How much refactoring is acceptable?
Always consider the features are paramount, not the code: mortoray.com/2015/04/20/nobody-cares-about-your-code
Nov
7
comment Is it good practice to rely on headers being included transitively?
I dislike the practice of directly including headers for all individual classes. I'm in favour of cumulative headers. That is, I think the high level file should reference a "module" of some kind it is using, but need not directly include all of the individual parts.
Feb
16
comment What is the applicability of CORS?
This kind of supports my feeling that it's more of a fix for the broken same-origin policy than anything really substantial. If I'm writing a RESTful API I might as well just allow all incoming requests since I must have a proper authorization scheme anyways.
Feb
16
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Feb
15
asked What is the applicability of CORS?
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Apr
20
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Jan
8
comment Are exceptions an OOP concept?
It is not merely syntactic sugar. Recreating a full stack unwinding and type-based catch handlers is difficult with setjmp. Additionally, the specialty compilation of exceptions results in advantages which cannot be mimiced by setjmp.
Aug
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Jun
13
comment Is there a point to writing in C or C++ instead of C# without knowing specifically what would make a program faster?
Consider my article on how to choose a programming language: mortoray.com/2012/05/29/how-to-choose-a-programming-language
Apr
20
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Jan
23
comment Confused About Virtual Memory for All Processes
@DeadMG, about multilevel tables, newer chips provide a layered translation table for the purpose of virtual machines hosting multiple operating systems.
Jan
23
comment Google Analytics and customers privacy
You could use one the off-line server log analysis programs.