Newsfeed 2024

created: 2024-01-01 | updated: 2024-05-19
May 2024 사업성패가 걸린 연봉협상 잘하는 3가지 팁/ 인건비효율 ⬆️ 대표님만 보세요! by 인사해요 위드 Base Salary: Should adjust based on changes in work quality and quantity. Must meet expectations. Factor in future expectations (revenue) and employee retention. Incentive Bonus: Should be given even if future work quality and quantity remain unchanged. Based on performance during the employment period. Methods include stock options, signing bonuses, and retention bonuses.

Go good reads

created: 2022-09-18 | updated: 2024-05-12
#go
Index Performance Generics Others Performance Inline Heuristics Review On Thursday 3/28 we held a design review looking at the new inlining heuristics framework being developed as part of the inlining overhaul effort (this was a separate session from the usual C&R meeting) From Go compiler and runtime meeting notes Go 1.22 inlining overhaul pprof documentation A Deep Look Into Golang Profile-Guided Optimization (PGO) Profiling and Execution Tracing in Go What I learned pprof can diff with go tool pprof -http=:8080 -diff_base <file2> <file1> How to Write Accurate Benchmarks in Go Not resetting or pausing the timer Making wrong assumptions about micro-benchmarks Not being careful about compiler optimizations Being fooled by the observer effect Obscure Go Optimisations - Bryan Boreham Take-aways Slice-to-interface cast will allocate.

Newsfeed 2023

created: 2023-01-05 | updated: 2023-12-23
December 2023 The Big Cloud Exit FAQ by @dhh This isn’t some archaic knowledge that’s been lost to the ages. We might not know exactly how the pyramids were built, but we do still know how to connect a Linux machine to the internet. I think many of us are forgetting this. “buy the baseline, rent the spike” 100% agree. Constant Propagation in Compiler Design In simpler words, we can say that if some value is assigned a known constant, than we can simply replace the that value by constant.

Career

created: 2023-01-29 | updated: 2023-06-24
Reflections on Career Advancement: Understanding the Power of Relationships and Reputation Anyone can become a Director by working hard enough. To become a Sr. Director, someone needs to push you. To become a VP, several people need to pull for you. Check job postings weekly and ensure you have at least one job interview a year. Almost no one applying for a certain position lacks the qualifications. People who can hardly go wrong even if chosen with eyes closed are the ones who get the interview opportunities.