Simulate 100s of clients in Meteor

Meteor is a subscribe publish based application development framework which allows for rapid application development using the same code base. I had the chance of working on one of the most demanding meteor applications ever written. The client is a high profile company working with automation. So basically one of the problems they faced was […]

Machine Learning – Baby Steps

Machine learning (ML) is the “FUTURE”. I have been reading about it for quite some time now and I am pretty convinced by the statement. We are all talking about BigData, predictive analytics, etc. but really, when a system dude like me tries to foray into the field of ML, everything seems so overwhelming. The […]

Print a singly linked list in reverse!

Today’s topic is pretty simple. Let’s print a linked list in reverse. And it is a singly linked list meaning you can only traverse in one direction and not come back. You are only given a pointer to the head. So without further ado, below is the c++ code. Only the important parts are shown. […]

Backward Compatibility!

Backward Compatibility The internet is littered with articles on backward compatibility and why it is important and rants of people who work/use 1970s systems on the same. Well the last sentence there was a pun but people do rant on not being able to use the PS2 games on PS4 and or not being able […]

Basic use of Tuples C++11

Basic use of Tuples in C++11 Tuples are an amazing feature in C++. Tuples are specified in C++11 standard (ISO/IEC 14882:2011), i.e. they are a new introduction in c++11. So if you are more used to traditional c++, tuples will come as a surprise for you. It happened to me as well and I am not that […]