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« earlier – Deep-copying in JavaScript
Surprisingly, JSON.parse(JSON.stringify(x)) is the fastest way to deep copy an object, assuming it has no cycles or functions, etc.
javascript  performance 
11 hours ago by amitp
The DOM isn’t slow, you are.
Edited post-HN: Wow, big response! WARNING: May contain traces of opinion, and naughty words like 'shit' and 'internet explorer'. This blog post was written in 2013, and many things have progressed. The predictions made have generally come true. TL;DR: Use jQuery for what it is meant for, not everything. If you do stupid shit with the DOM,…
javascript  optimization  web  performance 
20 hours ago by zacharydenton
Introduction to modern network load balancing and proxying
It was brought to my attention recently that there is a dearth of introductory educational material available about modern network load balancing and proxying. I thought to myself: How can this be…
23 hours ago by nanoxd
Russell Cohen | Maximize Cache Performance with this One Weird Trick: An Introduction to Cache-Oblivious Data Structures
"Can we design data structures and algorithms that perform optimally regardless of underlying cache sizes?"

"A clearer name might be cache-size oblivious."

algorithms  performance  cache 
yesterday by pronoiac

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