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search - Ukkonen's suffix tree algorithm in plain English? - Stack Overflowsearch - Ukkonen's suffix tree algorithm in plain English? - Stack Overflow: "The algorithm works in steps, from left to right. There is one step for every character of the string. Each step might involve more than one individual operation, but we will see (see the final observations at the end) that the total number of operations is O(n)."
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High Scalability - High Scalability - If You're Programming a Cell Phone Like a Server You're Doing it WrongHigh Scalability - High Scalability - If You're Programming a Cell Phone Like a Server You're Doing it Wrong: "Power on a cell phone is like water in a desert. It’s the very stuff of life. If you take the same naive programming techniques you learned when programming on a server in a datacenter your cell phone will die of thirst."
UK, Europe & Rest of World (RoW) | Our People | SMRU MarineUK, Europe & Rest of World (RoW) | Our People | SMRU Marine:
JASCO Research - CareersJASCO Research - Careers: "JASCO always welcomes unsolicited resumés from qualified individuals. We are particularly interested in individuals with experience in marine biology, oceanography, physics, acoustics, optics, engineering or computer programming. Resumés from students seeking co-op terms or internships are welcome.
Plumbr – Why we dropped Eclipse in favour of IntelliJPlumbr – Why we dropped Eclipse in favour of IntelliJ: "For years, our friend Anton Arhipov has tried to convince us. He kept failing until he demoed something as simple as ALT+ENTER. Based on the documentation it is not doing much – just using the suggested quick fix. But this feature is backed by something that makes many other IntelliJ features so much more pleasing to use.
New HTML Parser: The long-awaited libxml2 based HTML parser code is live. It needs further work but already handles most markup better than the original parser.
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