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Eliminating waste as a way to optimize

I recently had a chance to work on an implementation of an Arachnida-based web server that had started using a lot of memory as new features were being added. Arachnida itself is pretty lean and comes with a number of … Continue reading

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A different take on the “optimize by puzzle” problem

I explained the problem I presented in my previous post to my wife overt dinner yesterday. She’s a professor at law and a very intelligent person, but has no notion of set theory, graph theory, or algorithms. I’m sure many … Continue reading

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Optimization by puzzle

Given a query routine that takes a name and may return several, write a routine that takes a single name and returns a set of names for which each of the following is true: For each name in the set, … Continue reading

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Optimizing with type lists

In this post, I will take a brief look at how using type lists can help optimize certain applications.

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