Sorting a deck of cards and being an excellent programmer are two faces of the same coin. Programmers are often well respected for their abilities to manipulate bits of data. What is often overlooked is their ability to abstract difficult problems to instructions that a computer can understand and solve. In this talk, I will discuss the problem of sorting a deck of cards, and how such a problem can shed some insight into the mind of some of the greatest “Programmers.”
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