This is going to be another one of those “I better write this down before I forget” stories. Plus I get to talk about an algorithm that was named after me so what’s not fun about that?
First a motivational picture :D
I think I’ve told this story a bunch of times but I don’t think I’ve ever written it down so here goes.
You might have heard this description:
The Pit of Success: in stark contrast to a summit, a peak, or a journey across a desert to find victory through…
Continuing the previous discussion with some more issues and followup.
This document focuses on tuning the VFS and running some additional experiments with lower level libraries.
Issue #11 : What factors are affecting IndexedDB performance the most?
What about deferred writes?
Consider the essential method in wa-sqlite/src/examples/IndexedDbVFS.js
_putBlock(store, file, index…
Sometimes people talk about making the Lab more like Production. Actually this is usually an anti-goal. That may sound surprising but consider this:
UPDATE! Visual Studio goes 64 bit in VS2022!!
This was one of my most contentious postings ever. I dug up an archived version because the original was deleted from MSDN. Many of my posting are archived there (e.g. Development Tools Ecosystem Summit | Microsoft Docs). But it seems some of…
The / thing is a serious case of legacy compat gone nuts. And it happens when you have an ecosystem and you need to keep things working in that ecosystem even as it evolves.
So, we have to go ALL the way back to CP/M an operating system most of…
I thought I would write some notes on some old “networking” tech that I worked on in the early 80s. I have “networking” in quotes because it isn’t really like what you would call a modern network, this was more about sharing particular devices but in some sense the things…