This is Internal Pointers. It's a place where I collect all the knowledge I'm gathering through my existence. I've found that writing down things in a well-formatted fashion helps me to better fix ideas in my mind. Topics will range between Mathematics, Information Technology, Finance, Psychology and any other scientific subject that tingles my mind. I don't want to teach you anything within these pages, but if you find something useful you are free to share it. All feedback are welcome.
— Triangles, May 2015
Everything I wanted to know about public companies, their shares and what one can do with them.
Wandering through the field of study that gives computers the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed. Mainly based on Machine Learning course @ Coursera.
Just create a simple text file and you're done. written on July 27, 2016
Understanding how stocks work both from companies' and investors' point of view. written on July 11, 2016
A way of investing in lands and buildings without getting your hands too dirty. written on June 12, 2016
What happens when you blindly trade with a very dumb script in the year range 2000-2015. written on June 08, 2016
How do I install kernel header files? written on May 03, 2016
A type of mutual fund with a portfolio that approximates an index. written on April 08, 2016
Finding the best-fitting straight line through points of a data set. written on April 01, 2016
What machine learning is about, types of learning and classification algorithms, introductory examples. written on March 12, 2016
A gentle introduction to aggregate tests that will be executed together. written on March 02, 2016
How to read a mutual fund's online prospectus like a pro (even without suit and tie). written on February 26, 2016
What to do when you forget to add one of the files the first time around? written on February 18, 2016
First introductory chapter: internal workings, the concept of NAV, growth vs. income funds, fees and taxes. written on January 30, 2016
What to do when a proxy server steps on your toes? written on January 29, 2016
Merge changes from multiple developers across the same code written on January 13, 2016