I recently worked on a project that tried to improve the performance of :damuro:. As part of this project I did a lot of testing and benchmarking of various HTML5 operations. I learned a lot about where one must be careful when writing web applications that use HTML5’s element. The following is a diary of sorts that I made while working on the project. Of course your milage may vary depending on the setup of your application, but as you will see, :damuro: realized significant performance improvements when I applied the lessons I learned.
For those who don't want to read this whole long and rambling article, here are
I've been in the states for the past 4 months now, attending school at Mission College in Sunnyvale CA just outside San Fransisco, but now the finals are drawing very close and with that, the time where I will have to go home to Denmark again. ATM I'm searching desperately for a place to do an internship here, but so far noone has answered back on my application and I'm slowly coming to terms with that I will have to go home just before Christmas.
Too bad. I was getting kind of fond of being here. There's so much to learn, both profesionally as well as personally. It won't be the last time I set foot on American soil, but had still kinda hop