Tyler Langlois

Tyler is a freelance technical writer and consultant who has held engineering responsibilities ranging from racking servers in cold aisles to leading teams of software engineers to build and scale global systems. When he's not trying to convince his family to let him buy more homelab hardware, he can often be found birdwatching for rare species and trying new sourdough recipes.
For the birds: Solving a VRP with driver breaks

Representing equivalent or similar stops for route optimization comes in handy when you need to account for driver breaks, fueling pit stops, or even sighting a rare bird.

Efficiently insert stops into existing routes using flexible backlogs

Learn how to leverage flexible backlogs to insert new stops into previously optimized routes with an example that uses a most mouthwatering delivery payload: the humble hamburger.

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