I’m no genuis or expert on higher level maths or probability, but curiously, I’ve carved out a niche using it to make a living. When I retire I’ll write up all my experiences as I fully understand that people have struggled to believe what I’ve achieved. That’s OK.
Despite a very average background, I fell in love with home computing when I was aged just thirteen years old and this gave me the springboard and thirst for knowledge that took me in a direction I couldn’t have dreamed of given my initial start in life.
I quickly realised I need to brush up on my maths and statistics skills and spent many days in the library reading up on statistics and probability with much enthusiasm before returning to college while still working to get more bits of paper.
I never used them and pursued a fulfilling career before quitting to put some of what I had learnt to practice.
Inspired by Ed Thorpe
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