Sir Charles Antony Richard Hoare (born 11 January 1934), is a British computer scientist best known for the development (in 1960, at age 26) of Quicksort, one of the world's most widely used sorting algorithms.

Sir Charles Antony Richard Hoare (born 11 January 1934), is a British computer scientist best known for the development (in 1960, at age 26) of Quicksort, one of the world's most widely used sorting algorithms.

Red-eyed Underleaf (Teratophthalma maenades)  is distributed from Colombia to Peru. This species occurs in rainforest and cloudforest habitats at elevations between about 800-1800m. The butterflies are never seen in open sunlit areas, instead preferring the darkness of the forest understorey.  The adults are secretive by nature, spending long periods resting under the leaves of low growing vegetation, with wings spread open.

Red-eyed Underleaf (Teratophthalma maenades) is distributed from Colombia to Peru. This species occurs in rainforest and cloudforest habitats at elevations between about 800-1800m. The butterflies are never seen in open sunlit areas, instead preferring the darkness of the forest understorey. The adults are secretive by nature, spending long periods resting under the leaves of low growing vegetation, with wings spread open.

Visualizing Concurrency in Go ·  divan's blog    One of the strongest sides of Go programming language is a built-in concurrency based on Tony Hoare’s CSP paper. Go is designed with concurrency in mind and allows us to build complex concurrent pipelines. But have you ever wondered - how various concurrency patterns look like?

Visualizing Concurrency in Go · divan's blog One of the strongest sides of Go programming language is a built-in concurrency based on Tony Hoare’s CSP paper. Go is designed with concurrency in mind and allows us to build complex concurrent pipelines. But have you ever wondered - how various concurrency patterns look like?

#Quicksort or partition-exchange sort is aptly named because, when properly implemented, it is the fastest known general-purpose in-memory sorting algorithm in the average case. Quick sort is a sorting algorithm developed by Tony Hoare that, on average, makes O(n log n) comparisons to sort n items. http://blog.geekboots.com/2014/11/quick-sort.html

#Quicksort or partition-exchange sort is aptly named because, when properly implemented, it is the fastest known general-purpose in-memory sorting algorithm in the average case. Quick sort is a sorting algorithm developed by Tony Hoare that, on average, makes O(n log n) comparisons to sort n items. http://blog.geekboots.com/2014/11/quick-sort.html

Sir Charles Antony Richard Hoare - computer scientist

Sir Charles Antony Richard Hoare - computer scientist

The home of computer scientist Sir Tony Hoare

The home of computer scientist Sir Tony Hoare

"There are two methods in software design. One is to make the program so simple, there are obviously no errors. The other is to make it so complicated, there are no obvious errors.", Tony Hoare

"There are two methods in software design. One is to make the program so simple, there are obviously no errors. The other is to make it so complicated, there are no obvious errors.", Tony Hoare

Quicksort or partition-exchange sort is aptly named because, when properly implemented, it is the fastest known general-purpose in-memory sorting algorithm in the average case. Quick sort is a sorting algorithm developed by Tony Hoare that, on average, makes O(n log n) comparisons to sort n items.  #datastructure #quicksort #javaprogramming #cprogramming

Quicksort or partition-exchange sort is aptly named because, when properly implemented, it is the fastest known general-purpose in-memory sorting algorithm in the average case. Quick sort is a sorting algorithm developed by Tony Hoare that, on average, makes O(n log n) comparisons to sort n items. #datastructure #quicksort #javaprogramming #cprogramming

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