Boulder, COUSA 80302
December 3, 2012
Microsoft Word (just kidding!). Notepad++, RStudio for R programming
1. Always start with a simple test case. 2. Make lots of colorful comments. 3. Try "stupid" stuff a lot.
I'm a math PhD candidate studying Probability Theory graduating in the spring of 2013. I'm particularly interested in machine learning, statistical programming, and data mining.