Sshhhh Is this proof Goldman Sachs Citibank JP Morgan uses Matlab Simulink FPGA for high frequency trading HFT needs

(Last Updated On: November 24, 2014)

Is this proof Goldman Sachs Citibank JP Morgan uses Matlab Simulink FPGA for high frequency trading HFT needs

So we got this document somewhere online but is  from Mathworks. Get it while you can before we hear from the lawyers

So the question is: Why go the nasty route with all those other cruddy options?

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2014/11/is-this-proof-goldman-sachs-citibank-jp-morgan-uses-matlab-simulink-fpga-for-high-frequency-trading-hft-needs/

Oh look. Goldman Sachs caught with their hands in the cookie jar. Secret Video recording from Bloomberg

Saw this today on Bloomberg today (Strange it is not headline news)

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2014/11/oh-look-goldman-sachs-caught-with-their-handsin-the-cookie-jar-secret-video-recording-from-bloomberg/

IBM team claimes in  that CouchDB counters NOSQL MongoDB, I say….

I just got this Tweet from @cloudant over some conversation regarding these topics, this Tweet pointed to

http://www.infoworld.com/article/2848127/nosql/couchdb-20-counters-mongodb-with-improved-scaling.html

My take is this:

From an environment at IBM that allows foreign fuc*er project managers scream (in an accent in broken English) at local developers during live telecomferences in front of real clients can well, F off. They have no credibility as a standards for  a work environment so I pay no attention but thanks for chiming in here.

On the tech, these NOSQL solutions are fine but have fun maintaining tham as well other sexy tools to bang out your database.

Even my RazorSQL for my Postgres is really good, but nothing still competes between SQL Server Management Studio

Ultimately, have your internal database you own and control regarding source code. Esp if it is too be used exclusively for time series!

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2014/11/ibm-team-claimes-that-couchdb-counters-nosql-mongodb-i-say/

Don’t forget about Meetup on Open CL for Tues nite:

Meetup login details on Breaking Through the Software Performance Wall with OpenCL

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2014/11/meetup-login-details-on-breaking-through-the-software-performance-wall-with-opencl/

I just posted this for everybody to note:

After Dec 3, all our online Meetup video plackbacks will only be available to this group. As this is the lowest CURRENT price, this membership will continue you to have on demand video access to our future pow wows where the content is highly valuable from true multimillion trading operations and advanced traders. This price will double after Dec 1 so take advantage of it as I have no reason to lower this price again after Dec 1!

Better take advantage right away, You got 6 days left to get this lowest price.

http://quantlabs.net/academy/introduction-quant-elite-membership/

Thanks Bryan

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