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OK, so in the spirit of Code-Golf, I'm trying out something new here: Code-Bowling.
In golf, you try to get the lowest score (smallest application, most elegant, etc). In Bowling, you try to get the highest score. So if you follow, the goal of a Code-Bowling challenge is to make the biggest, m...
I have a buddy in (or around?) Budapest ... How common are the parts of his name? Sandor Acs (but it may have formatting) ... like in the US John Smith would be considered "very common" but Cole Brand is not so common, but not entirely uncommon.
Anyone having a few seconds, can you give me a comparison of download times and latency for http://sstatic.stackexchange.netdna-cdn.com/stackoverflow/all.css vs. http://sstatic.net/stackoverflow/all.css please?
the first one: Total Total Size: 11468 bytes Total Time: 0.169958 seconds DNS lookup took: 0.002087 seconds Connection took: 0.022304 seconds Generation took: 0.020351 seconds Download Speed: 180339 bytes/second
Second One: Total Size: 11468 bytes Total Time: 0.276597 seconds DNS lookup took: 0.083677 seconds Connection took: 0.128687 seconds Generation took: 0.101667 seconds Download Speed: 41461 bytes/second
Result of my research today: There are two kinds of CDNs. Those that have information on their website, and those that have buzzwords and a link to a "data sheet" that contains no data, just more buzzwords, and is hidden behind a contact data form, so their sales people can spam you. Which they will.
I want something I can put on my website that I can drop a link or a snippet of text, up to n characters in length. I am hoping someone knows of a bit of kit that I don't have to configure. It will live a short lifespan before it gets replaced by something bigger.
Note how much simpler it is to just cast the net out and see who knows what