Alvin Kerber

math and computers and stuff


Study Tracking

I really like making plans for things to study. Sometimes I even finish!

To clarify the difference between this and the reading list:

Planned

CS

Math

Finance

Completed

2021

Major study books:

Supplemental books:

2020

Major study books:

Supplemental books:

2019

Supplemental books:

2018

I bought a bunch of books but didn’t get through most of them. Nothing organized completed this year.

Supplemental books:

And a brief, aborted stab at Knuth’s Art of Computer Programming (hah!).

This is around when I realized it’s much harder to study while working full-time and not actively required to. This list is one way to start fixing things…

2017

Mid-2017 is when I finished my PhD in pure math. Before then all my studying energy went into getting that done. But afterwards I did get through some things while preparing to find a job.

Abandoned

2020

MIT 15.433 Investments

2019

MIT 14.02 Principles of Macroeconomics

Skeina, Algorithm Design Manual

Goals (2019)

This is to track ongoing personal goals. At some point I should add some historical goals here too.

Practices (see Results vs Practices