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"Not everything written is important; not everything important is written."
sometimes accused of actually knowing what I'm talking about
Fulltime freelance provider of outreach and enhancement in maths ... I talk a lot. About maths.
I talk about other stuff too, like ballroom dancing, juggling, unicycling, education, engineering, software, and "other things".
But mostly about maths.
I tend to follow back, but only if you have something in your profile.
Herzlich Willkommen in Minnesota!
Co-founder @ http://dwayo.com
Emacs, Lisp, Python, Math, Computing, FLOSS, peace.
Coder. Mathematician. Hacker-errant.
You can also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
This year I'm writing a book on mathematics on Twitch, https://twitch.tv/jordigh
Please say something to me before following me! I'll deny your follow request if we haven't exchanged any words, and I'll probably approve it if you at least say hi.
Combinatorist (esp. graph theorist) turned Data Scientist
Mathematician, koala fan, mathstodon.xyz admin,
⅓ of https://aperiodical.com. He/him
Teach maths & research maths education.
Researcher @ Microsoft working on quantum computing. Personal account. Open statements are not endorsements.
Matemático, lector, amigo de sus amigos y de los que no lo son (eso se dice 'pánfilo' en griego 🤓 ).
Apprentice mathematician (Université Paris Cité), apprentice musician (drums, tabla, cajon; Diderock), apprentice progressist.
In love with jazz, indian music and poetry.
I like games. Math is one of them.
Toots in English and occasionally en français.
I do research in derived deformation theory with a collaborator, and research in type theory (which involves writing Coq), with another collaborator. I often share books, jazz, and miscellaneous esoterica.
A bit of R programming, microeconomics and econometrics.
Computer scientist at University of Salzburg, Austria, working on graph algorithms
Eg e' matematiker
I'm a computer scientist at the University of California, Irvine, interested in algorithms, data structures, discrete geometry, and graph theory.
Physicist, programmer (Haskell, C++), mathematician, category terrorist, I mean tourist, I mean theorist. Author of Category Theory for Programmers.