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So what my CURRENT thoughts on this technical stuff for my future quant strategies? This includes C++ DotNet R Python Matlab etc

(Last Updated On: April 30, 2014)

So what my CURRENT thoughts on this technical stuff for my future quant strategies? This includes C++ DotNet R Python Matlab etc

Someone offer to do an R webinar so I would love that regardless of my experience…

This brought up my thoughts on where I am with technologies:

I would love a webinar to be offered. I like to see what people are doing within R but I have run into many issues with it so I stick with Matlab.  As I expand into REAL WORLD strategy development, I am seeing the challenges of Matlab abilities to extend via Builder NE or even Coder toolboxes. As the London Quant, you may be better to roll your own solutions but who has the time for that. So I have been finding some interesting C++ libraries that seem to help. Not saying R or Python are bad, I just find they are not working for my needs as I roll out these strategies.

In terms of deployment, I think I will stick with Windows for now as it is much easier than working with Linux. I get stuff done faster and have less things to worry about like building incompatible dependencies. Blah!

Things get done better with well built libraries for Visual C++ deployment on Visual Studio.

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