How to crack HashCode competition with some engineering skills

Hi everyone, hashcode is over. As now I can tell anything, I want just to tell how I was solving this problem, my methodologies, overall the structure of the data sets. I am not going to provide any internals and whatsoever, all data can be checked and much of it is my personal opinion thoughContinue reading “How to crack HashCode competition with some engineering skills”

I wrote Go code for 3 weeks and you won’t believe what happened next

Historically, I am a C++ programmer and really like all this kind of C-ish stuff — from raw assembly to high level abstractions and SFINAE methods. For the past three weeks I managed to write lots of Go code — around 10k LOC without almost knowing anything when I started. I want to talk whatContinue reading “I wrote Go code for 3 weeks and you won’t believe what happened next”

How to contribute to Abseil with a visible performance gain

Overview of Abseil Abseil is a great C++ library with a special and unique philosophy inside it. While there is a lot of debate what C++ is prioritizing more – portability or performance with possibly breaking changes, Abseil library aims in a standard compatible way to provide best library features of all standards sometimes withContinue reading “How to contribute to Abseil with a visible performance gain”

About me and this blog

I am Danila Kutenin. I am an engineer working at Google and doing distributed and high performance C++ software. My main interests are distributed systems, operating systems design, hardware testing, compilers, APIs, algorithms and theoretical computer science. I worked for almost for 2 years at Yandex doing the core search engine – one of theContinue reading “About me and this blog”