Performance "speed limits"

By: Adrian (, June 11, 2019 3:52 am
Room: Moderated Discussions
Travis Downs ( on June 11, 2019 1:23 am wrote:
> 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.

Well written synthesis. Thanks!

Minor typo: twice "actaully" instead of "actually"

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Performance "speed limits"Travis Downs2019/06/11 01:23 AM
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  Performance "speed limits"Paul A. Clayton2019/06/11 05:04 AM
    correction of my corrections!Paul A. Clayton2019/06/11 05:07 AM
    Performance "speed limits"Peter E. Fry2019/06/11 07:19 AM
      Performance "speed limits"Travis Downs2019/06/11 09:36 AM
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  Performance "speed limits"Branches2019/06/11 08:04 AM
  Performance "speed limits"anon2019/06/11 07:06 PM
    Performance "speed limits"Travis Downs2019/06/11 07:12 PM
      Thank you, very nice writeup (NT)anon2019/06/11 07:37 PM
  Performance "speed limits"anon2019/06/11 07:34 PM
    Performance "speed limits"Maynard Handley2019/06/12 10:13 PM
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