Things you don't learn at university

As experienced software developer, maybe you also have learned that good education isn't everything. Especially as programmer, you'll never finish learning. There is always a new language, some new design patterns or a cool new algorithm. Lesson for today: Intelligent Design sort. Damn it's fast.

eight comments, already:

Haha! Superb.
Steve (link) - 14 03 07 - 18:29

Jajajajajaja, very funny!
bicunisa (link) - 14 03 07 - 19:20

good education… i wish i even had that. i just found out that my university actually has only 4 computer science instructors.! the entire department is 4 people. that’s ridiculous, no wonder the program sucks. finish learning? i haven’t even started learning anything.
RabidLockergnome - 14 03 07 - 21:38

ha ha !! There is also the supra-intelligent design sort : all you have to do is delete the list, so you SAVE memory instead of not using memory at all…
Hervé (link) - 14 03 07 - 23:34

then of course there’s the Carl Sagan sort…repeated random permutations…it works, but it may take “billions and billions of years”
lonesock - 15 03 07 - 01:30

Where is the Darwin Design Sort?
Hahaha - 15 03 07 - 22:26

>> Where is the Darwin Design Sort?
Nowhere, that’s the point. ;) Else it looks like the Sagan version, which is only a rehash of Darwin. Though actually it is more like repeated random non-pathogenic permutations
haffax - 15 03 07 - 22:53

Hahaha, I remember seeing this a few months back. I showed it to a CS prof, he got a good laugh out of it.
IG_Chris - 02 04 07 - 20:36

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