Leslie Lamport: How to Write Software With Mathematical Perfection
herries.press at earthlink.net
Tue May 17 19:34:06 CEST 2022
Fascinating. Thank you.
As an aside I had always wondered what Leslie looked like.
On 17/05/2022 16:23, Jonathan Fine wrote:
> Leslie Lamport may not be a household name, but he’s behind a few of
> them for computer scientists: the typesetting program LaTeX and the
> work that made cloud infrastructure at Google and Amazon possible.
> He’s also brought more attention to a handful of problems, giving them
> distinctive names like the bakery algorithm and the Byzantine Generals
> Problem. This is no accident. The 81-year-old computer scientist is
> unusually thoughtful about how people use and think about software.
> To read the rest of this article:
More information about the texhax