I'm a life-long student rooted in computer science and machine learning.

Due to the tensions between the stack exchange company and the communities, I am also keeping an eye on codidact as an alternative Q&A platform.

Throughout my education (thus far) I realised that I won't ever master a language completely, but I did learn that good design might be as important as knowing the language.

Concretely, this means

  • I mostly program in Python
  • I like to work with LaTeX rather than word or any of its kind (for some unexplainable reason?)
  • I am fascinated by functional programming (and in particular Haskell) since I read Learn You a Haskell for Great Good
  • I need a terminal on my computer
  • I still have a lot of work to do

PS: I like maths and physics quite a lot too, but unfortunately I am not as proficient in these fields...