Any Chrome Extension: Currency Converter Alternative? Similar minimalist clean functioning?

Any Chrome Extension: Currency Converter Alternative? Similar minimalist clean functioning?

Extension is gone but using its hash I’ve found some references to it:

Chrome Extension Hash: lncdobdbibdgoiohgnflmjajfphcnakg

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/currency-converter-ff/

About this extension

Firefox port of Chrome extension ‘Currency Converter‘ originally by Mattia Maestrini
(https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/currency-converter/lncdobdbibdgoiohgnflmjajfphcnakg).

All credit goes to him as the original developer.
I have simply tweaked the code to let it run on Firefox.

by

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/user/rossbyrne/

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Autosuggest at scale – trie sharding

While reading on the design for autosuggest implementation on large scale systems (like google), I’m able to understand the usage of trie and how top “n” terms are stored at each node to quickly retrieve the list. However, I’m not able to get my head around the logic of efficient way of “sharding” the trie in a distributed system. Sharding on the first letter/first two letters isn’t obviously a neat solution and I’ve read somewhere else on using a hash of the term – but that requires an aggregation server that pulls up results from all the servers and aggregate them. Doesn’t sound like an efficient thing to do at “web” scale.

Would the ideal approach be something like calculating the actual density and breaking up the tree accordingly (sort of application managed shard/partitioning ?) – but think it would incur lots of maintenance and re-balancing?

Can someone advice or point me to any reference?

A related question to this – what if I wanted to store top “n” results for different time windows. Like, top 10 in last day, top 10 in last month, top 10 of all time. What’s the best solution? – Store the pointer list at the tree node for each time window? What if the set of windows are not finite?

Thanks

Note: Earlier I posted the same question on stack overflow, but after reading some guidelines, thought it’s appropriate to open question here instead.

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in AD user object, what exactly is the use and importance of Name attribute?

In AD, there are 4 names (Name, SAMAccountName, UPN and DN).

(I do know that it is recommended that SAMaccountName+@company.com should be made equal to UPN) BUT I found out that if Name and SAMAccountName are different, it will cause problems when automating using Powershell too.

What exactly is the usage of Name? There don’t seem to be any mention of the Name attribute on the Internet.

how to choose your sunglasses ?

GLASSES ACCORDING TO THE SHAPE OF YOUR FACE
First factor to consider: the shape of your face! Whether you have a round, square or oval head, the appropriate glasses should be chosen.

WHAT SUNGLASSES FOR A ROUND OR OVAL FACE?
Your face is round? So do not accentuate its shape with rounded glasses! Better to break the roundness of your boil with a geometric model. Also, thin branches will lengthen your face, always in the optics to limit the round appearance of your facies!…

how to choose your sunglasses ?