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I write software for a living and I last considered the algorithmic complexity (Big-O / Theta / Omega) of what I wrote:

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Every time I write new code
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After years of working, I have a feel for what are heavy operations, so only if the profiler points out my code as a time sink
6401 votes / 32%
What’s algorithmic complexity?
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Cowboy Neal is as much complexity as I can handle
1420 votes / 7%
Other (specify in comments)
466 votes / 2%
I don't write software for a living
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I write software for a living and I last considered the algorithmic complexity (Big-O / Theta / Omega) of what I wrote:

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The human mind ordinarily operates at only ten percent of its capacity -- the rest is overhead for the operating system.

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