I generally learn a topic best when I write notes from multiple sources. Below are some of my notes for specific subjects/concepts. These notes would not have been possible without the help of many others. I wrote the complex analysis material below with the help from many others in the math department at the University of Minnesota.
In particular, I would like to thank Craig Corsi, Sunita Chepuri, Dan Diroff, Mike Loper, Greg Michel, and Laurel Ohm for helping me work out the problems in the Spring 2015 Exam solutions below. I would also like to thank Cihan Bahran and Ben Strasser for providing solutions to previous exams, as I reviewed many of their solution techniques. Finally, I would like to thank Dr. Paul Garret and Dr. Douglas Arnold for providing great notes on complex analysis. I often referred to their notes in learning complex analysis.
(Disclaimer: There very well may be errors and typos in the following documents. If you find any, please email me and let me know. Thanks!)