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E.W.Dijkstra Archive: Home page

The Edsger W. Dijkstra Prize in Distributed Computing honors Dijkstra’s “foundational work on concurrency primitives (such as the semaphore), concurrency problems (such as mutual exclusion and deadlock), reasoning about concurrent systems, and self-stabilization [, which] comprises one of the most important supports upon which the …

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Nick Dijkstra – Product Management, Startup Coach

I’m Nick, Product Manager, Event Organiser, Startup Coach. Growing up between tulips and cheese, I was destined for a life in a windmill until moving to Berlin to discover the startup scene. Ever since I helped build and sell a company, worked with hundreds of brands and built the biggest startup community in Berlin. Nick Dijkstra. How to

Nick Dijkstra (@nickdijkstra) | Twitter

I might be a little late, but I urge anyone not to use the current heatwave as an argument against climate change deniers. Mistaking weather for climate is exactly the fallacy they’re guilty of when it’s colder then usual.

E.W.Dijkstra Archive: Index EWD 800–899

821: 40: From predicate transformers to predicates (Dedicated by the Tuesday Afternoon Club to C.A.R. Hoare at the occasion of his being elected Fellow of the Royal Society.)

E.W.Dijkstra Archive (@EWDijkstra) | Twitter

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Semaphore (programming) – Wikipedia

The semaphore concept was invented by Dutch computer scientist Edsger Dijkstra in 1962 or 1963, E.W. Dijkstra Archive. Center for American History, University of Texas at Austin. (transcription) Nick. “Thread and Semaphore Examples” (pdf). Handout. CS107 Programming Paradigms. Stanford Engineering Everwhere (SEE).

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