In this section I plan to leave trace of my journey of studying Systems Engineering in UTN FRBA. This will be a mix between posts and my handwritten notes in PDF format, identified with the #UNI{N} title, where #UNI stands for “University” and N will be the number of the post.
Writing about the things I study and sharing them online will, hopefully, give me more insights on whether I understood something or not, as Einstein said (or as the internet says he did): “If you can’t explain it simply you don’t understand it well enough”
Disclaimer: I am a student and a human. My notes may contain errors. If you ever come up with one, please address it with a comment in the correspondent post. Thank you.

On sharing my notes: depurposifying my blog
I’m still working towards a system for sharing my notes, which are now outdated; and that’s the actual problem. I’m noticing that the notes I upload get instantly outdated. I found it kind of silly to expect my daily notes to be static. Maybe they’ll be, once the term has finished, once I move on…

#UNI06: General systems theory, e^x limit indetermination, sets
Systems and Business models: General Systems Theory Mathematics: e^x limit indetermination Discrete Mathematics: Sets

#UNI05: Second week: functions’ continuity, organization chart and predicates.
Mathematics: distance and functions’ continuity Systems and business models: organization chart Discrete mathematics: predicates and quantifiers

#UNI04: First week: limits, first programs, statement logic & business models
After my first class I went to a couple more classes, concluding the first week. Initially I was planning on doing one post per class, but that’s just not possible on my current schedule, and any hour I can add to my sleeping schedule is appreciated. Let’s see how it goes for making one post…

#UNI03: The first class: appreciation, ranting, and algorithms
That first day of class! Always so intriguing, full of expectancy (the killer of all joys?) and sometimes overwhelming, but overall: a lovely experience. I might be able to count with one hand and a couple more fingers the times I experienced the positive anxiousness of attending a first class, not knowing who you’ll sit…

#UNI02: Functions
A function is sometimes called a machine, or a black box, that takes an input and produces an output by having the input used in different formulas. Functions are tightly coupled with set theory, as their main functionality is to establish a relation between the different elements of two sets. This relationship between elements of…

#UNI01: Sets, special numerical sets, and real intervals
Sets can be used as a way of avoiding rounding or calculation errors when trying to address the preciseness of a real value, given there are infinite real numbers in between any two real numbers. When specifying a range, one is accounting that the solution might not be precise, but it’s bounded between two endpoints.…