For Release 0.4, I had to create two external pull request and one internal pull request since I had done the opposite for Release 0.3.
For my first external pull request, I chose to do a calculus program that is matrix programming. This pull request hit close to home. I remember doing calculus mathematics in high school manually, without any computerized program or calculator. Since I am from India and we have a totally different education system compared to Canada, it was compulsory for me learn Calculus. I remember my friends and me struggling most of the time with it. We were not allowed to use calculators during exams and it was quite tough.
When I came across this repository, I thought to myself, I wish I knew about this when I was in high school. It would have made life easier for me.
I chose to do a Tridiagonal Matrix algorithm in this pull request.
The issue was created by the owner of the repository. The issue was about linear algebra programs. Someone had already taken determinant of a matrix algorithm. So I took Tridiagonal Matrix algorithm.
I am still waiting for a review from the owner of the repo for my code to be approved. This definitely was very interesting for me as I got to learn how to solve a complicated mathematics sum using a program.