|23 Nov 2010||#11|
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"He made some minor changes to the testóchanges that don't alter the result of the calculation the test performs and that, naively at least, should be treated as equivalentóand saw Internet Explorer 9 slow down considerably."
when you change the conditions, doesnt that change the results?
Im surprised that dev didnt run his changes against firefox, the article just says ie9's results "slow down considerably", what about other browsers?
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