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Dhanurjay "DJ" Patil is an American mathematician and computer scientist who served as the Chief Data Scientist of the United States Office of Science and Technology Policy. from 2015 to 2017. He is the Head of Technology for Devoted Health.
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The Surprising Truth Behind What Makes People Take a Chance on You
Suneel Gupta - Feb 23, 2021
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A groundbreaking book that boldly claims the key to success in business is not talent, connections, or ideas, but the ability to persuade people to take a chance on potential. No one makes it alone. But there’s a reason why some people can get investors or bosses to believe in them while others cannot. And that reason has little to do with experien...
DJ Patil
Mar 25, 2021
🚨 I get to interview @suneel about his awesome book Backable on April 6 at noon! Thx @cwclub @INFORUMsf for supporting! It's awesome & and a must read for anyone that is trying to get their ideas across (including founders, corporate, academia, and gov)      source
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Fourier Series and Boundary Value Problems
James Ward Brown - Aug 01, 2000 (first published in 1963)
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Provides an introduction to Fourier series and their applications to boundary value problems in partial differential equations of engineering and physics. This work also introduces the concept of orthogonal sets of functions and representations of arbitrary functions in series of functions from such sets....
DJ Patil
Jan 14, 2020
I still love his book on Fourier series. Changed my view of the world      source
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Here We Are
American Dreams, American Nightmares (A Memoir)
Aarti Namdev Shahani - Oct 01, 2019
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Here We Are is a heart-wrenching memoir about an immigrant family's American Dream, the justice system that took it away, and the daughter who fought to get it back, from NPR correspondent Aarti Namdev Shahani.The Shahanis came to Queens--from India, by way of Casablanca--in the 1980s. They were undocumented for a few unsteady years and then, with ...
DJ Patil
Oct 22, 2019
Fantastic conversation on immigration & how what it means to be an immigrant @INFORUMsf. Not just the tech immigration story. If you haven’t read @aarti411’s book, you need to      source