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What optimisations do you consider when you code?

Survey period: 1 Jul 2013 to 8 Jul 2013

In general, when writing code, which of the following optimisations do you always think about when writing code? (even if you reject them as unnecessary for a certain situation)

OptionVotes% 
Memory use52763.19527 votes, 63.19%
Speed of execution69683.45696 votes, 83.45%
Final binary size8610.3186 votes, 10.31%
Resource use (eg graphics objects, handles etc)28734.41287 votes, 34.41%
Network traffic31738.01317 votes, 38.01%
Power465.5246 votes, 5.52%
None404.8040 votes, 4.80%
Respondents were allowed to choose more than one answer; totals may not add up to 100%

(No text answers)


 
GeneralDisk I/O Pin
Mika Wendelius1-Jul-13 6:23
mvpMika Wendelius1-Jul-13 6:23 
GeneralBad IPC utilization Pin
Cory Shirts1-Jul-13 5:56
memberCory Shirts1-Jul-13 5:56 
GeneralWill it blend Pin
Ron Anders1-Jul-13 4:19
memberRon Anders1-Jul-13 4:19 
GeneralFlexible architecture and the least amount of code Pin
Marc Clifton1-Jul-13 4:01
protectorMarc Clifton1-Jul-13 4:01 
That's what I focus on for everything I write. Occasionally I need to deal with memory and speed, and those usually involve multithreading as well.

Marc

GeneralDepends on a project Pin
Nemanja Trifunovic1-Jul-13 3:32
memberNemanja Trifunovic1-Jul-13 3:32 
GeneralGeneric-ness Pin
W Balboos1-Jul-13 3:23
memberW Balboos1-Jul-13 3:23 
GeneralCode maintainability Pin
chris5gd1-Jul-13 2:55
memberchris5gd1-Jul-13 2:55 
GeneralRe: Code maintainability Pin
Nemanja Trifunovic1-Jul-13 3:33
memberNemanja Trifunovic1-Jul-13 3:33 
GeneralRe: Code maintainability Pin
chris5gd1-Jul-13 3:51
memberchris5gd1-Jul-13 3:51 
GeneralRe: Code maintainability Pin
Nemanja Trifunovic1-Jul-13 5:20
memberNemanja Trifunovic1-Jul-13 5:20 

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