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Welcome, Desmond! I went to grad school in Cambridge, but more importantly that's where Brendan Fong and David Spivak, the authors of our textbook, work - at MIT! The book is based on an course they taught there in January. David Spivak also helps run a software company in Cambridge, Categorical Informatics. So, you might try to get in contact with these folks.

You might enjoy also this conversation here on the Azimuth Forum:

I hope you post lots of comments and questions! See you around!

`Welcome, Desmond! I went to grad school in Cambridge, but more importantly that's where [Brendan Fong](http://www.brendanfong.com/) and [David Spivak](http://math.mit.edu/~dspivak/informatics/), the authors of our textbook, work - at MIT! The book is based on an course they taught there in January. David Spivak also helps run a software company in Cambridge, [Categorical Informatics](http://catinf.com/). So, you might try to get in contact with these folks. You might enjoy also this conversation here on the Azimuth Forum: * [Categories for the Working Hacker: a Discussion Group](https://forum.azimuthproject.org/discussion/1782/categories-for-the-working-hacker-a-discussion-group/p1). I hope you post lots of comments and questions! See you around!`