My biggest issue tends to be server related and not network related. For example, when trying to stream some YouTube videos, certain videos for certain resolutions are sometimes slow. Start watching a video in 480p, has buffering issues, switch to 1080p, buffering issues gone. Maybe the 480p is in less demand and hasn't been cached recently?
That's right, start hosting the new NewEgg at a local farm with 250Mb of dedicated bandwidth to Level 3, the highest quality dedicated bandwidth in the world, for $200/month.
Before you say government subsidies, the ISP has already stated that they have refused all government loans and grants and have built their fiber network entirely on their own dime. Not bad for a locally owned ISP in a small town with high unemployment.
If you're writing C/C++, you may have a decent idea of what is going on, but we need to use stuff like SQL or
The way I describe it to others is when I program, I first think of what the basic steps to accomplish a problem as if I was coding in ASM, then I think of what is the closest way I could get that ASM with whatever high level language I am working in.
Many programmers have an issue of using the wrong tool because they don't understand the minor differences between two tools. All they know is doubles and ints are both numbers, so they don't care which ever they use, and their decision may not make a huge difference 80% of the time.
and writes code that is easy for them to navigate, digest, and change
Unless you're working on a complex problem that other programmers can't understand in the first place, and the most minute detail is important. Then you find yourself trying to explain to the other programmers that by not doing something, they're now using an extra cacheline and causing a 10% hit in performance on their quad core and a 35% performance hit on a dual socket server.
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Ha! My ISP clearly advertises that I have a dedicated connection where "speeds never go down or change". They even recommend that I can Web Host with my 100/100 connection at home. Should I take them up on that?
This is why we need more competition in the USA. I'm lucky here in the midwest in a rural area where Charter doesn't care.