A summary of the C++ <Belfast> April 2019 meetup with links to the slides that were presented at the event.
Earlier in the month I gave an invited talk at the inaugural ML Conference in Berlin, titled, "Algorithmic Architecture, Real-time AI and the Search for Alpha". The talk looked at the general problem of extracting information from social media and some of the challenges arising from delivering a real-time system to trade from.
Earlier in the week at JAX Finance I gave a talk titled, "Social Media, Real Time AI and the search for Alpha". The talk looked at the general problem of extracting information from social media and some of the challenges arising from delivering a real-time system to trade off.
In preparing for JAX Finance 2017 I came across the video of my 2016 talk, "The Problem of Finance". I reference that in the talk this year so thought I'd share a link to it here.
Last week I had the pleasure of speaking at EXTENT 2016 in the London Stock Exchange. It was a fantastic day and overall an excellent conference. My talk was titled, "Testing the Architecture". The slides are available online as a PDF along with video but the full animated slides are available here.
Two weeks ago at JAX Finance and JAX DevOps I gave a talk titled, "The Problem of Finance". I'm sharing the slides here for those who were not able to make it, or those who wondered if I really did spell blockchain incorrectly!
I recently gave a short talk at the ACCU 2016 conference in Bristol titled “Managing C++ Build Complexity using Cuppa”. In fact I ended up giving the talk the shortened name of “A Quick Cuppa: With SCons”. Due to the time restrictions I added some bonus slides to the deck that I presented at the conference. This extended deck is available here.
Not long ago I gave a talk at the excellent ACCU conference in Bristol titled “Algorithmic Architecture: Architecture in Evolving Regulatory Environments”. The talk received some very good feedback and quite a few people asked for the slides so here they are in their original format.
Last week we attended the 2016 World Exchange Congress, London, where I gave a talk titled, “The Missing Piece to Understanding Market Liquidity: Making Regulation Easier and More Effective”. Here are the slides.
As part of our internal research we explore the number of execution venues (including organised markets and exchanges) that currently exist, the rate at which they are increasing, and how they are globally distributed. We thought we'd share the basics of that research as it makes for some interesting reading.