I love writing textbooks; you get to explain the things that otherwise never get spelled out.

Posted by Andrew on 4 February 2019, 6:59 am

I love writing textbooks; you get to explain the things that otherwise never get spelled out.

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Andrew: ETA on the new book? Looking forward to teaching it to our doctoral students sometime in the future.

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