Performance "speed limits"

By: Travis Downs (, June 11, 2019 1:23 am
Room: Moderated Discussions
I wrote something about performance speed limits, which is basically a list of things that might limit your code (mostly loops) to a specific level of performance. It's quantitative, in that it tells you exactly how many iterations/cycle you'll get if you hit a particular limit. I've used it in practice and find it effective.

Have a read if it interests you. Feedback is welcome - I don't have a comments system set up* but you could reply here or open an issue on github.

* BTW, if anyone knows of a comments that works with static sites, and which is not Disqus, has no ads, is free and fast, let's me own or export the comments, and doesn't require me to be a wizard in any particular webtech, I would like to hear about it.
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      Thank you, very nice writeup (NT)anon2019/06/11 07:37 PM
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