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I'm a 2nd year graduate student in mathematics. Before grad school, I spent 13 years as an entrepreneur and software engineer. My primary technical area of expertise is compiler design.

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revised How to study for analysis?
Adeed relevant tags.
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comment Where can I read about elliptic operators on manifolds?
For references for the Atiyah-Singer Index Theorem, see this MO thread: mathoverflow.net/questions/1162/atiyah-singer-index-theorem
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comment Are there any common practices in mathematics to guard against mistakes?
And I recommend the awesome MO thread Fundamental Examples to start building a "standard zoo of examples" (to steal Jack's language).
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comment Are there any common practices in mathematics to guard against mistakes?
Enlightening link, WernerCD. Thanks!
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Expanded answer beyond simple link.
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comment Are there any common practices in mathematics to guard against mistakes?
Why the downvote? This seems like a standard technique used by mathematicians to "protect themselves from mistakes and make things easier." No?
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comment Mathematical equivalent of Feynman's Lectures on Physics?
I looked around for this book but couldn't find anything. Do you know the author's full first name?