Investigating Memory Leaks in Java

Recently, at work, I was handed over a web service that was largely forgotten. It was written in Java and it’s only responsibility was to power a reporting console used by the operations team in the eCommerce company that I work with. The job was simple, one of the backend services that this service uses […]

Cracking the Oyster

Cracking the Oyster  Problem Statement  Input: A file containing at most n positive integers, each less than n, where n = 10^7. It is a fatal error if an integer occurs twice in the input. No other data is associated with the integer.  Output: A sorted list of increasing order of input strings.  Constraints: Limited […]

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