March has gone by fast! Everyone is rejoicing the end of their examinations and are active as before, and Brilliant is enjoying it. April marks the start of the Troll King Contest. Here are the highlights of the month.
The Brilliant community is always undergoing awe-inspiring growth. These new features are meant to foster an incredible experience on Brilliant. Excited to hear about what's in the spotlight this month yet? Okay, here we go:
1.The Search Toolbar
This toolbar allows you access to all of the Brilliant. You can filter even better. Find anything you want.
Cute Dogs can teach Math better. Math and science can be difficult. We'd all like to be Level 5 in everything, but sometimes a crazy problem gets us down. But what if there was a better way to learn math and science? That's where DogTeX comes in!
From problems to solutions, from notes to wikis, these are the posts that were highly appreciated by the whole community. Here's your chance to have a look at what captured our attention for the past month:
Nothing better for the JEE Aspirants other than Sandeep sir's five minutes revision notes. He has posted the Mathematical Reasoning for JEE-Mains to ensure you get 120/120 in JEE. Don't forget to check it out!
Since the exam season ended, Brilliant was flooded with contests. There were Brilliant Junior Integration Contest, Brilliant Sub Junior Calculus Contest and the Brilliant Junior Number Theory Contest. Be sure to learn new techniques and ways from these AWESOME contests.
Problem Yard is the other name for Brilliant, and last month, as usual, Brilliant was showered by them. It was very hard to select and here goes nothing(actually 2 problems, not nothing :P)
Fermat's Last Theorem, the image might be mesmerizing your brains but remember internet images LIE. Earth In Trouble? , is it the waves, the mass or neither which is putting earth in trouble. Go SAVE it.
As time goes on, more and more people join the community, and a few of them are very active in contributing to the community by posting problems, solutions, wikis, notes, and pretty much everything else to the point that we should honor them as hardworking members. Let's give a round of applause to James Wong, Guillermo Templado, Yash Jain, Shithil Islam, Mark C and Jack Sacks.
Here's the long-awaited WhoToFollow list showing off the dazzling members of our community. I'm pleased to introduce you to the wonderful people who are constantly helping to build the community. Here are the names, in no particular order:
Be sure to hit the button to keep yourself updated with the amazing problems and notes posted by them.
Don't forget, you can always join our Slack chat if you want to talk with our community members. Introduce yourself, share problems, have discussions, join the wiki collaboration parties too. Most of all, have fun. Oh, I just remembered a joke. Let me crack right here:
A man walks into a bar.
Bartender: What's your order, sir?
Man: 10 pints of vodka.
Bartender: Now that's an Order.