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My first chance to do serious concurrent programming was using C++ on
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Bringing a programmer in for an interview and a coding test can lead
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Read this Computerworld posting: Should the CIO know how to code?
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DRAKON Editor 1.9 is out. A technology from the space program is now available to Java and C# developers.DRAKON is a visual algorithmic language developed...
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Once again, it is time for the job trends for traditional programming
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We decided to write several small posts on how C/C++ programmers play with fire without knowing it. The first post will be devoted to an attempt to explicitly...
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There, I said it.
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There are conflicting views as to what is the best solution for high
frequency trading. Part of the problem is that what is high frequency
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By far the hottest spot in Lucene during searching is the method
(DataInput.readVInt) that decodes Lucene's variable-length integer
representation (vInt). ...
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