Optimizing Memory Consumption with String Pools

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For those of you who haven’t yet subscribed to our new software quality blog, here are links to an interesting post series Tobias has recently written and published on No bug left behind. Tobias explains how to reduce memory usage by making use of string pools and shows how we integrated this technique into the SmartInspect Console:

Integrating string pools into the SmartInspect Console means that you will be able to open and analyze even larger log files, as string pools can reduce memory usage by 40% and more. If you haven’t yet subscribed to our new blog and are interested in software quality, testing, usability and related topics, make sure to subscribe:

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