Great video series on Linux Kernel programming for those serious about high frequency trading implementation

(Last Updated On: April 23, 2014)

 

Great video series on Linux Kernel programming for those serious about high frequency trading implementation

For those that don’t know about Linux Kernel programming, this is an excellent series of videos explaining it for the little. Many HFT shops are doing this for their trading operation. Don’ t forget Matlab has the capability code generate clean efficient code through the Matlab Coder or Simulink Coder toolboxes.

Also note about Matlab: Matlab & Simulink are fantastic development environments and the code generation is top drawer..there is no doubt about that. If you want to add more determinism to your code, look into using rtwintgt (real-time windows target) in Matlab.

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And so on…many other examples in this decent video series

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