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When I'm not working or moderating Stack Apps, I have a tendency to meddle in bug reports on Meta or take part in writing userscripts for the Stack Exchange network which add features that sometimes get implemented natively. Here's a few you may be interested in:
- Autoconversion of bare Stack Exchange URLs in comments
- Keyboard navigation and
- Enhancements to the network reputation graph
- Stack Exchange reputation/moderator status display on Meta Stack Exchange
Is there ever a reason to use an array when lists are available?
In high-performance situations, there are some things to consider, though this is a very particular set of concerns not really applicable to the "right tool for the job" decision in most scenarios.