A note about impostor syndrome

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 when the impostor syndrome surround us? What if we pretended we didn’t feel it? What if we acted as though we were more confident and more competent? What if we showed appreciation for what we’ve accomplished and behaved as we thoroughly deserved it? What if…

Parallelism. Using Parallel.For and ConcurrentBag.

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 calculations at the same time. For example, you might have a program where you need check how many orders a customer has, and instead of looping through each customer to check on their orders, you could check on multiple customers at the same time by…