Sandya Mannarswamy

Codesport (December 2014)

In this month’s column, we feature a set of interview questions on algorithms, data structures, operating systems and computer architecture. For the past few months, we have been discussing information retrieval, Natural Language…

Code Sport

This month’s column continues the discussion on data storage systems, with a focus on how file systems remain consistent even in the face of errors occurring in the storage stack. Last month we…

CodeSport

Over the next few columns, we will continue our discussion on data storage systems and look at how they are evolving to cater to the world of data-centric computing. Last month, we had…

Code Sport

Over the next few columns, we will take a look at data storage systems, and how they are evolving to cater to the data-centric computing world. Last month, we featured a special edition…

Codesport Column

  This month, as is our practice for every year-end column, we will discuss a bunch of programming questions. Last month, we started discussing software bloat and its impact on the efficiency of…

Codesport

Over the last couple of months, this column has covered dynamic languages such as JavaScript, and how they differ from traditional statically compiled languages like C or C++. Since many readers have requested…

CodeSport

This month’s column continues the discussion on JavaScript language features. For the last couple of months, the topic of dynamic languages such as JavaScript and how they differ from traditional statically compiled languages…

Threading support in C++11 standard

CodeSport (April 2012)

In this month’s column, we continue our discussion on the threading support introduced in the new C++11 standards. We first look at how we can manage threads. In last month’s column, we had…

Taming the Big Data with Hadoop

Taming the Big Data Beast with Hadoop and Alternatives

Turn the clock back to 1970 — the year in which Edgar Codd published the paper “A Relational Model of Data for Large Shared Data Banks”. In it he described a language called…

Concurrency and threads

CodeSport (March 2012)

In this month’s column, we take a quick look at the threading support introduced in the new standard for C++11. One of the major events of 2011 in the programming world was the…

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