why DotNET FSharp could be the ultimate environment for all your quant and high frequency trading HFT needs

(Last Updated On: November 17, 2014)
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Why DotNET FSharp could be the ultimate environment for all your quant and high frequency trading HFT needs

Here are all the links so you can cream your pants in excitement like I did:

Holy crap Batman. Is it bye bye Python as these 2 videos will welcome you to the world best envioronment for quant trading with FSharp R Matab Excel DotNET?

How you can apply DotNet Fsharp for machine learning with forecasting trading models

DotNet FSharp madness videos but these advances for the enterprise programming language used in FInance banks Is Python like this?

Just like Quandl, here is a FSharp data provider to Freebase to go nuts with your data exploration for econometrics research

Hold onto your hats: I introduce with best market tick capture with a FREE open source FSharp data provider




Video shows how this hedge fund uses FSharp but also developed a bridge to R and Python Pandas equivelant package

FREE intro tutorials to get you started learning DotNet FSharp from high quality Microsoft Channel 9

For anyone who needs an open source DOTNET Math libary, here it is Math.net as suggested by many



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