Async and Await in C#

Async and Await in C async and await are used when we are doing asynchronous programming. Why we would want to do asynchronous programming, is due to performance issues. When we have two unrelated tasks that are in the program, and one task takes a long time to process, it should not be holding up […]

C# Pass By Value

Pass by Value vs Reference Pass by value When we pass call a function, we sometimes pass in some values for the function to use. Typically, it would look like this (parameters) or void swapValues(int x, int y) When we pass a value to the function swapValue(), we are passing it by value. What this […]

Python Tips and Tricks

Summary of Python tips, tricks, and to-dos These pointers are what I picked up from the book Python Tricks: The Book The book itself is a summary, and here i’ll be doing a summary of a summary. Python is great because of its flexibility, but that itself could potentially be a double edged sword. It […]

How Netflix Thinks of DevOps

Link to the video of how Netflix thinks about DevOps(Hint: They don’t) Netflix Github Page Instead, what they do focus on is a lot about culture, which is really be what every company should be focusing on. In this era, for better or for worse, we as humans have become more “Me”-centric. How we actualize […]

Core Design Principles

Core Design Principles for Software Developers by Venkat Subramaniam Devoxx is a conference directed towards the Java, Android and HTML5 community. Some points that are language agnostic, and can be applied universally are summarized below: Good code can be changed without much hassle. It is always impossible to get it right the first time. Be unemotional […]

Printing Subsets in a List

Problem Statement Given a list of distinct items (or a set), print out all of its subset lists. Input: [1, 2, 3, 4] Output: :empty set: 1 1,2 1,3 1,4 1,2,3 1,2,4 1,3,4 1,2,3,4 2 2,3 2,4 2,3,4 3 3,4 4 Proposed Solution For each given list, I would need to figure out how many […]