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Advice on Devloping Skills

There is a lot that goes into impactful research in mathematics (and in particular research in Theory of Computing). From learning / reading / proving / writing / presenting, there are many skills that are worth being cognizant of and developing. Spending time reading/watching advice on developing these skills, and thinking how to incorporate said advice into your process will likely yield long-term benefits for your research. Here is a smattering of such advice I found useful/informative:

Bonus: Don't forget to add powerful inequalities / theorems to your toolkit. For example, see:

Feel free to let me know of more such sources!