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Webinar: Behind the Pipeline API - A Technical Q&A with Scott Sanderson

Next week on Wednesday October 28th at 1PM EST, Scott Sanderson, the lead developer and architect of the pipeline API will host a technical Q&A session. If you are interested in asking him questions about how it works under the hood and why it was architected the way it was, this is your chance!

Register here.

Feel free to post any questions you have in this thread so that we can be sure to get to them all.

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Thanks for organizing this, Karen!

My first questions:

-Is it only one screener allowed?
-How many boolean conditions can you provide in the screener?
-What are the memory space and execution time implications of the number/kind of boolean conditions in screener?
E.g. what kind of screeners could make the pipeline running faster and with lower memory occupancy?
-Does the pipeline slow down if you add too many factors?
-Is there a limit in the number of factors?