About MeMy name is Nathan Fiedler, and my interests include programming languages and developer tools. I currently work for Perforce in the platform group.
Tag Archives: java
Recently I had been side tracked by the need to do something about the network attached storage situation at home, so I had taken a break from my software projects. But a gentleman by the name of Kimo Crossman wouldn’t … Continue reading
Shortly before working at Quantcast, I became interested in a sorting algorithm that I had not heard of before, called Burstsort. I found it while browsing Wikipedia, reading about various methods of sorting. Burstsort, in case you haven’t heard of … Continue reading
Some years ago, around 1997 or so, I wrote a Java implementation of the Fibonacci Heap data structure, as described in Introduction to Algorithms, by Cormen, Leisersen, Rivest, and Stein. A data structure such as the Fibonacci Heap is useful … Continue reading