Some of you know me as a friend and code poet. Some know me as the crazy guy trying to get donations for his dad to get him a Wii. Some just know me as “that guy who wrote the web page security module for ASP.NET“. Others don’t know me at all; how did you end up here by the way?
Well, I am finally setting out to write the next version of the web page security module. I have quite a list of features requested by its many users. The fact is, I’ve been wanting to write the new version for nearly 2 years now. I have an idea that will make this thing so much more usable that I’m beginning to doubt its efficiency. So, before I begin putting too much effort into it, I will be running some tests, like a responsible programmer.
I suspect the new method I have in mind will be a bit more CPU-intensive. The problem is, I have no idea how much more CPU I can expect the algorithm to use. I’ll see how my tests go, beginning tonight. If the metrics show an acceptable increase in CPU (I’ll have to decide what is acceptable), I will begin coding the new version this week.