Impostor syndrome is when a person doubts their accomplishments, feels that they don't deserve it, or think that their achievements (a promotion, a raise, etc.) are the result of luck. The impostor syndrome can affect anyone, especially women and minorities who fear they owe their accomplishments to affirmative action. What if we do the following … Continue reading A note about impostor syndrome
Parallelism refers to the technique of running multiple calculations at the same time to speed up a computer program. Historically, this has been a complicated thing to write requiring a developer to do complicated coding including low-level manipulation of threads and locks. A program will generally run faster if you allow it to execute multiple … Continue reading Parallelism. Using Parallel.For and ConcurrentBag.