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Dare Obasanjo
I can’t believe there’s a technical term for choosing a solution that works great for problems that big companies have but that you’ll never face.
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Tobi Ten Boom Dec 13
Everytime I think of "Armstrong numbers", this is the type of thing that comes to mind. It's just ... art
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Roman Dec 14
proved it wrong
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Edward Halferty Dec 14
a.k.a. MongoDB
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Frans Bouma Dec 14
Can't wait to have to write that on a whiteboard in an interview. :)
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John Ripley Dec 14
Replying to @Carnage4Life
Pretty much every big tech company’s interview question sets fall into this category. Reality: most engineering problems are solvable with a dumb unsorted array.
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If you meet 60+-year-olds, quarantine like one Dec 15
Replying to @jhripley @Carnage4Life
2nd reality: Sorting the array would make it faster. 3rd, somewhat depressing reality: It's literally cheaper to 10x the hardware requirements than to pay you to make the algorithm use a sorted array.
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Michael Logic™ Dec 15
Sumn that someone made up to submit for a PHD thesis. Then scholars RAN WITH IT. 😂💯
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Freeman -Justice Delayed is Justice Denied- Dec 15
Replying to @Carnage4Life @eriolcaw
1729 is "a very interesting number" (Ramanujan)
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infinitesimal Dec 15
Replying to @Carnage4Life
Can we call tiny startups using Kubernetes and "microservices" a Galactic Architecture Decision?
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Alberto Barreda Dec 16
Replying to @Carnage4Life
I like it
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