This is a log of non-trivial courses, video-series, textbooks,
etc. that I’ve completed (or am completing) post-college. I started
logging this in earnest in mid-2019, but I’ve included a few courses
from before as well.

Operating Systems, NYU

- Started 2012
- Finished ??
- Enjoyment
- Learned

Heuristic Problem Solving, NYU

- Started 2012
- Finished ??
- Enjoyment
- Learned

Probabilistic Graphical Models, Coursera (Stanford)

- Started 2013-04
- Finished 2013-06
- Enjoyment
- Learned

An Introduction to Financial Accounting, Coursera (Wharton)

- Started 2013-09-15
- Finished 2013-11-24
- Enjoyment
- Learned

Machine Learning, Coursera (Stanford)

- Started 2013-10-15
- Finished 2013-12-24
- Enjoyment
- Learned

Nand2Tetris

- Started 2014-06
- Finished ??
- Enjoyment
- Learned

Client-Side Technologies, CS193C, Stanford

- Started 2018-06-26
- Finished 2018-08-17
- Enjoyment
- Learned

Linear Algebra, MIT 18.06

- Started 2019-07-16
- Finished 2019-08-26
- Enjoyment
- Learned

Tensors for Beginners - eigenchris

- Started 2019-10-22
- Finished 2019-10-26
- Enjoyment
- Learned
- Related Posts:

An (n, m) tensor is a multi-linear function from m vectors and n covectors to a real number. I kind of understand that because of this video series!

Partial Recursive Functions

- Started 2019-11-20
- Finished 2019-11-20
- Enjoyment
- Learned

My first significant step towards understanding primitive recursive arithmetic, which is a prerequisite for Godel's Incompleteness Theorems.