I have programmed exclusively in C for five years so far. I can say from experience, after one and half years in C, I was beginning to understand pointers, malloc() and arrays of pointers to pointers of structs containing pointers. I really mean **was beginning to understand**, not…

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*Thinking of data science as merely a technical profession, like programming, may take you away from your goals. Focusing on the usability of mathematics for data science before jumping into full-fledged math courses will save you a lot of time.*

I wrote this blog post because I made a few mistakes while starting…

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I am halfway through my journey of being enough Mathematically literate to understand and work comfortably with Data Science books, posts, articles and journals. I wrote about my learning sabbatical earlier here. Before I go on I want to reiterate few things which have established my way of learning and working. Whenever I want to learn…

ContinueThis post came out of the inspiration I got after I read Rafael Knuth's Learning Sabbatical. I read part 1 of his sabbatical too and I felt compelled to put my experience and future plan .

**Background**: After…

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