This has always intrigued me as I see a tonne of posts saying that learning maths helps you become a better programmer.
I bloody love a bit of maths, I frequently go through my old notes and look up more and more complex problems to try widen the arsenal. But, to be honest, as a developer day-to-day I very rarely require any form of higher level mathematics to carry out my job. Every now and then I do a little game dev and that requires a reasonable amount: angles etc.
I’m curious to hear what you do and when you use maths as a developer, let me know in the comments.
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