"See if you can speed this code up." It's usually code I've never seen. It's probably important, otherwise they wouldn't be worried about how it is performing. And speed it up to what? Still, there are some basics you can fall back on when someone asks you to optimize some code.A pretty good article that I saw. It talks about some Java Experiences, but makes at least one good, strong point. Always check with a profiler where the code is going slow.read more | digg story
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