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Hello, Ajay - welcome to the course! You'll see a lot of aspects of category theory in this course that you don't meet so quickly in a traditional math education... but also, your studies of algebraic topology will introduce you to lots of aspects of category theory that you won't see here. So, they should be complementary.

Please join our discussions and have lots of fun!

`Hello, Ajay - welcome to the course! You'll see a lot of aspects of category theory in this course that you don't meet so quickly in a traditional math education... but also, your studies of algebraic topology will introduce you to lots of aspects of category theory that you won't see here. So, they should be complementary. Please join our discussions and have lots of fun!`