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Hello,

Thank you so much for all the effort you have been putting into your videos. Just out of curiosity, do you have an expected timeline for the release of your calculus course?

The “calculus course” consists of four parts, calculus 1 part 1, calculus 1 part 2, calculus 2 part 1, and calculus 2 part 2. Right now we’re editing calculus 1 part 1 and expect to publish it next month (September 2023). Initially we had hoped for August, but it wasn’t to be.The second part probably in December. Not a promise but a goal.

I just bought every course that you currently have available in order to show support and am looking forward to the future courses as well. I’m a computer science student who’s taken many of the subjects that you currently cover. Originally I was just looking at one of your courses to brush up on a subject that I’ve mostly forgotten. Upon watching I really enjoyed the delivery and appreciated the effort that you two have clearly put in order to make each course as intuitive and comprehensive as possible. It reminded me of how much I enjoyed mathematics and want to learn more. I’m sure many customers want you two to push out as many courses as possible and I myself can’t deny that I would love if you published some more advanced subjects (although I understand the audience might be smaller) and keep expanding but in the mean time I appreciate what is available. Many years from now when you find the time I think it would amazing if you could eventually add a course on how mathematics has reach its current state from a historical and philosophical perspective. Maybe mentioning some possble dilemmas and shortcomings with our current understanding as well. Ultimately I hope you don’t get too burnt out and keep enjoying the creation of the content as much as people enjoy consuming it. Take your time, enjoy your lives, and keep up the quality work. Thanks again for all that you do and helping people learn. Believe me when I say it that it doesn’t go unnoticed!

Thank you so much, Joshua, for this message, for your appreciation of our work, and for the support you offer. We are very grateful for all this!

When we are done with our Master Plan (our time is planned until 2026 😉 ), we are open for creating more advanced courses; you are right: the audience for them will not be large; we can see this already in our most advanced courses (Calculus 3, LAG3), but when we are done with the most popular courses, we hope to find ourselves in such a comfortable situation, that we can start creating luxury products 🙂

Once again, thank you for your support. Enjoy your studies of mathematics!

Kind regards,

Hania

This is only a thought and might not be a good idea for you two, so, take it with a grain of salt. But, if you’re interested in increasing your sales down the road when you find more time (I know you two are very busy with following through on courses in your plan) it might be profitable to team up with a reputable tech Udemy instructor and create a course for hot topics within machine learning or data science where you cover the sections on the mathematical theory and they cover the respective coding techniques in a popular language such as Python preferably (Would mostly range from mathematical topics including statistics, probability, linear algebra and calculus). I only mention this because tech tutorials seem to be very popular. Many people want to break into these fields related to Data Science and Data Analytics but lack even a basic mathematical understanding and are simply taught programming techniques that abstract all of the theory. Due to this, I think an approach combining the two aspects could be a great avenue for you two to explore. That is, if you are interested, and if you’re not that fine as well. Just food for thought.

Joshua,

We both think that you’re right and that something like a combined programming and math course for selected topics in machine learning and data science is a killer idea. What would be essential is to find the right person to cooperate with where the combination would make sense and result in a cohesive whole. We’re definitely going to keep our eyes open for any such opportunity while we keep working on the current projects. But indeed, if we could do something like that in two or three years time, it would be awesome. Thanks for the idea.

Martin

hi Martin

Hi Martin, Hania has a talent for teaching mathematics, so let her excel in her role. A course that combines both mathematics and AI won’t go far, especially when the amount of mathematical knowledge required for AI is substantial. Superficially learning mathematics won’t solve the issue or retain the information in the students’ minds. In my opinion, there are many other mathematics courses to consider, such as advanced linear algebra, probability and statistics, and geometric analytical.

thank you!

Yes, that’s also a valid point. In any case, we have years to think about it before we’ll have a chance to do anything like this.

Hi Hania and Martin,

Thank you for creating such comprehensive and intuitive mathematics courses. I have never had such a remarkable maths teacher before. I think I have bought all the available courses yet to support you. I am eagerly waiting for Calculus 1 and 2 courses, as I am starting bachelors in Mathematics soon. When can we expect the Calculus 1 and 2 courses on Udemy? Thank you again

Abhinav,

Thanks for the kind words! We submitted the Calculus 1 (part 1 of 2) course to Udemy earlier today, so it’s available as soon as they approve it. (Don’t forget to use our TPOT_SEP23 code if you order it to get a better price.)

For the remaining three courses in this series (Calc 1, part 2, Calc 2 part 1 and part 2), count on a couple of months for each of them. In other words, we should be done with all four parts before the end of 2024, if nothing big goes wrong. You can always find the most current master plan here:

https://www.wehlou.com/hania/files/uu/MasterPlan.pdf

/Martin

Hello Hania,

I’m looking for courses in Finite Element Analysis, Calculus of Variations.

Gary

Gary,

We have a roadmap already stretching another two years into the future and those courses are not on it. We’re not planning to cover those subjects currently.

Martin

hi Martin

Hi Martin, Hania has a talent for teaching mathematics, so let her excel in her role. A course that combines both mathematics and AI won’t go far, especially when the amount of mathematical knowledge required for AI is substantial. Superficially learning mathematics won’t solve the issue or retain the information in the students’ minds. In my opinion, there are many other mathematics courses to consider, such as advanced linear algebra, probability and statistics, and geometric analytical.

thank you!