writes "Why is printing to the console such a bottleneck? Applications that do not print to the console are at least 30 times faster than apps that do. This seems to be the case in both windows and linux."
writes "I have a computer that is broken that is about to be dissected for educational reasons. I would like to find a book, targeted at six year old / kindergarten reading level that talks about the parts of a computer using both pictures and words. I would like my child to take good guesses at what parts are as we take them out.
Does anyone have any recommendations?
I have been programming for several years now in a variety of languages, most recently C#, Java, and Python. I have never had to use threads for a solution in the past. Recently I have been incorporating them more in my solutions for
clients. I understand the theory behind them. However I am looking for a good book on
programming threads from an applied point of view. I am looking for one or more texts that provide thorough coverage and provide meaningful exercises.
Anyone have any ideas?