My full name’s Carl Joshua Quines, but you can call me CJ. I’m twenty-two, and I’m a senior at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
I used to do competitive programming. Back when I joined contests more often, I went to the International Olympiad in Informatics, and made it to Round 3 of Google Code Jam. Now, I am a contributor to the National Olympiad in Informatics – Philippines.
I write handouts on math I find interesting. My focus is on explaining things and giving intuition, and most of my handouts have pretty light prerequisite knowledge.
I’m in a lot of MIT student groups. I work with the MIT Educational Studies Program; we run educational events for middle and high school students around Boston. I do square dancing and round dancing with Tech Squares. I’m also involved with the Filipino Student Association and the Assassin’s Guild.
I do puzzlehunts with Floor Pi, my living group in East Campus, and sometimes with the ✈✈✈ Galactic Trendsetters ✈✈✈. I help write the Galactic Puzzle Hunt.
If you have a question, found a typo, or want to talk, you should contact me. I read and reply to all emails I get, and I always like it when I get an appreciation message from someone.