If a code project describes itself as "blazing fast" there's a 98% chance that it's slow as shit.

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@cancel "blazing fast" means "you will get burned and you will not have time to save yourself"

@khm "it blazes up your memory bandwidth, fast"

@khm @cancel "blazing fast" means it spawns cotton candy threads, loads excessive data into memory without checking available memory first, and kills your dual-core/4gb RAM netbook. Because only already-fast machines are allowed to run fast code, apparently.

@cancel I think "if it's a code project" is doing most of the work here


Hey, once it's finished JITting the bespoke transformation code, it just *flies*.

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