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Dave Täht, LEDE and CoDel

Dave Täht

This is Dave Täht. Dave is working on LEDE. If you have been working with OpenWRT in the past, you should switch to LEDE. You should also give a lot of money to the Patreon of Dave.

Why should you be doing this?

Dave has been working on Networking Theory and Practice, and has been implementing CoDel. CoDel is one of the few innovations in basic networking, a queueing theory and algorithm that can make thick and fast internet pipes actually fast and efficient by managing buffer memory right.  That means that your Internet is fast, and feels fast, even if it is busy.

Getting CoDel right on Wifi is doubly hard because of interaction between the CoDel queues, Wifi media access control and Wifi encryption. But Dave has done that, and it’s part of LEDE.

So, you should

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Damian Gryski on Go Slices and CPU Caches

Booking.com’s Damian Gryski on Go Slices and CPU caches (17 minutes, english language)

The dot Post: »Modern computers have multiple layers of caches between the processor and main memory. Algorithms which effectively use these caches can be orders of magnitude faster than those that don’t. Damian looks at how using slices can make your inner loops more cache friendly.«

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