In this articles we investigate on how branches influence the performance of the code and what can we do to improve the speed of our branchfull code.
The battle against bot attacks and fraudsters is intensifying -time to gain an advantage. In this webinar, Fingerprint CEO Dan Pinto uncovers the secrets of device identification and outlines the irreplaceable role that engineers play in solving fraud. Find out how developers can thwart fraudsters by building a ‘web’ of user behavior using high-accuracy device IDs.
Semantic search allows users to search using natural language instead of a rigid syntax of keyword manipulation.
Reviewing others’ code consistently can improve your skills and leverage your career. You can help others grow, as well as give value to the company you work with.
Bored of algorithms? Here are my recommendations that are exciting, understandable, and sometimes even useful.
Three distinct perspectives on scale that come along with building and operating a storage system the size of S3.
A distributed system provides benefits such as scalability and fault tolerance. However, maintaining consistency across the distributed system is non-trivial. Consistency is vital to achieving reliability, deterministic system state, and improved user experience.
I don't tend to use debuggers. I'm not against them. I've seen folks do amazing things with gdb, and envy their skills. I just don't tend to reach for a debugger very often.
Do you rely on syntax highlighting when developing software? If so, you may be shooting yourself in the foot. In this post, I will argue that syntax highlighting, while aesthetically seductive, moves focus from content to form, and discourages those who look at the code from trying to understand it.