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Hello, everybody!

I am a Brazilian computer science student almost finishing my undergrad degree. Last year I stumbled upon the wonderful world of functional programming languages and type theories and haven't stopped exploring since. Even one year of constant study later I still feel like I've just started learning, and that is a wonderful thing!

I've started officially studying algebra and topology as a special student for a master's degree in mathematics. I want to study category theory as it can be used to give semantics to type theories and is very elegant. I like exploring mathematical foundations and, currently, my favorite is the Elementary Theory of the Category of Sets (ETCS; which should be called the Elementary Theory of the Category of *Types*).

I am truly excited to be here.

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