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Christian Lawson-Perfect

hello call me ezlo and my pronounds are he/him. i want to re-learn math from the bottom-up, ive been reading gelfand. in your opinion, what are some good resources in learning math?

@JordiGH @riking no, the old key was nuked when you deleted your account

Hello! I'm a college teacher. I'm also interested in and , and the intersection of all three of these things with .

Looking forward to getting in on the ground floor of

@quephird can you expand? Is there a problem with mathstodon?

math, software, geometry, Dear Lazyweb Show more

math, software, geometry, Dear Lazyweb Show more

@pkra happy days. Mine has been crawling for weeks, and is now walking while holding hands. My knees are ruined!

hi mathstodon! i'm devin. i'm a math phd student (with under a month to go until my defense!), so this instance seemed like a nice fit. i study neural networks and some math biology, but i also really like combinatorics, as well as many things that are not math. let's follow each other if you want!!

Working on getting this construction set available to purchase.

I'm interested most seriously in math--analysis more than algebra, learning lately about combinatorial/incidence geometry (e.g. the Erdős distinct-distance problem)--and programming--mostly in Haskell, although I'm curious about C and systems-level things as well. On the amateur plane I like classical music and read haphazardly in the s-f/litfic/poetry space. I try to learn from the example of people who're more knowledgeable or skillful than I am.

Would you recommend a video documentary/story on a mathematician? Thanks!

@JordiGH I'd never heard of that before. Still not as bad as chemistry.

We're ordering chocolate bars for our conference goody bags. Unfortunately, they're 2×5 blocks, so the infinite chocolate trick doesn't work with them. How annoying!

I will never complain about the way mathematicians name things again: chemists have it way worse.

Earlier on, a butterfly flew alongside me and I was like

Is this a meme?

@somenxavier yeah, it has no memory of what it's picked. I should add that