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 May6 comment Algorithm to find whether there is a path (any path) above length X between two vertices How about using Eppstein's k-shortest path algorithm? static.aminer.org/pdf/PDF/001/059/121/… sourceforge.net/p/mulavito/git/ci/… It seems to support "minimum total length." for a path, which means I can ask for k=1 paths, with minimum total length X. (it allows cycles, but I think it's ok for me) May6 comment Algorithm to find whether there is a path (any path) above length X between two vertices @MichaelT - based on the criteria, I think I'll stay here for now :) May6 comment Algorithm to find whether there is a path (any path) above length X between two vertices @JimmyHoffa - yes, no cycles in the path itself (e.g. I'm looking for a simple path, where each vertex appears in it only once, I hope I got the definition right) but it's ok if there are some paths that form cycles between those vertices. I just want to count each of the path once. May6 asked Algorithm to find whether there is a path (any path) above length X between two vertices Feb6 awarded Nice Question Jul15 asked Multiple handlers of an exception, and handling exceptions in the UI Apr29 awarded Popular Question Mar21 revised Real world usage of DelayQueue added 2 characters in body Mar21 awarded Popular Question Jan6 awarded Popular Question Dec10 accepted Real world usage of DelayQueue Sep27 awarded Notable Question May29 revised How should I behave as a developer in a project that's headed for failure? added 19 characters in body May29 answered How should I behave as a developer in a project that's headed for failure? Apr25 accepted In functional programming, are local mutable variables with no side effects still considered “bad practice”? Apr25 comment In functional programming, are local mutable variables with no side effects still considered “bad practice”? @FredOverflow - thanks for the edit, oops :) Apr25 comment In functional programming, are local mutable variables with no side effects still considered “bad practice”? Yep, I almost never need a for loop when using Scala's collections. `map`, `filter`, `foldLeft` and `forEach` do the trick most of the time, but when they don't, being able to feel I'm "OK" to reverting to brute force imperative code is nice. (as long as there are no side effects of course) Apr25 asked In functional programming, are local mutable variables with no side effects still considered “bad practice”? Mar28 comment Architectural questions regarding, MV** frameworks, NoSQL data models, and gradual refactoring @ShotgunNinja - thank you! Mar28 comment Architectural questions regarding, MV** frameworks, NoSQL data models, and gradual refactoring To voter to close - why too localized? modern SaaS apps are build on the client side, the leading frameworks are BB, Ember and Angular, gaining huge momentum, and almost every SaaS app out there will have some animations, complex data models (NoSQL is gaining momentum for SaaS apps over SQL) and Modal dialog as a view. This question is what I hear from any web developer out there that has a "legacy" jQuery nested callbacks app with tons of DOM manipulation, this question I think is relevant to any web developer out there in the next 2-3 years if not more. May I request an explanation please?