Sort Times – Part I

sort_comparisonIn the past few weeks I have been reading and experimenting with code and exercises found in the Algorithms fourth edition book by Robert Sedgewick and Kevin Wayne. It is always a good idea for any professional in any field to refresh concepts and learn new things. In my case I am a Senior System Architect for a company in the West Coast so I constantly polish my skills in Computer Science. Hope physicians do the same thing with medical books ;o)

Many software developers tend to grab library methods to get different tasks accomplished. That makes sense. That said; it is a good idea to go back and review if the code is as optimal as needed. In my case I am comparing the performance of different sorting algorithms. If interested get a copy of Algorithms and take it for a spin. Continue reading “Sort Times – Part I”