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Should PYTHON fit in any HFT envioronment? Middleware only like in Citibank? Let me know as I like to be wrong

Does PYTHON fit in any HFT envioronment? Middleware only like in Citibank? Let me know as I like to be wrong

I was already wrong on the R side of things.

I got this from some one with all my recent HFT potential postings:

I am looking into Python for the research side of things before going

into production with Java. I am not doing HFT but even so, Python has

several ways of moving code into C/C++ for critical things. If

nanoseconds really matter of course then you won’t have a choice. But

things like numba [8] really make a big difference [9].

Either way I look forward to learning more.

My response is I have only seen one Python project which could be used for middleware between in a C banking environment. He is someone within Citi Bank in India with a parallel group. It seems Erlang can do the same. Java 8 or 9 really puts it back in the game but garbage collection bring jitterness. C is your final pitstop for lowest latency outside of FPGA options. I am confirming all this with numerous insiders I have added over the last few weeks. I really want to finalize my thoughts here soon.

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2015/01/does-python-fit-in-any-hft-envioronment-middleware-only-like-in-citibank-let-me-know-as-i-like-to-be-wrong/

 

Uknown HFT secret? Erlang uses NIFS with C to deliver trading strategy logic?

This was pointed by an ‘insider’ as something to further investigate. I am wondering how you see the potential of this so comment away

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2015/01/uknown-hft-secret-erlang-uses-nifs-with-c-to-deliver-trading-strategy-logic/

 

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Does PYTHON fit in any HFT envioronment? Middleware only like in Citibank? Let me know as I like to be wrong

Does PYTHON fit in any HFT envioronment? Middleware only like in Citibank? Let me know as I like to be wrong

I was already wrong on the R side of things.

I got this from some one with all my recent HFT potential postings:

I am looking into Python for the research side of things before going

into production with Java. I am not doing HFT but even so, Python has

several ways of moving code into C/C++ for critical things. If

nanoseconds really matter of course then you won’t have a choice. But

things like numba [8] really make a big difference [9].

Either way I look forward to learning more.

My response is I have only seen one Python project which could be used for middleware between in a C banking environment. He is someone within Citi Bank in India with a parallel group. It seems Erlang can do the same. Java 8 or 9 really puts it back in the game but garbage collection bring jitterness. C is your final pitstop for lowest latency outside of FPGA options. I am confirming all this with numerous insiders I have added over the last few weeks. I really want to finalize my thoughts here soon.

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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?

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

Serisouly, if these  videos do not get you excited about the world of these technologies and languages fo quant trading, research, and even HFT automated trading,  um….

I have not even mentioned C++ can be integrated into all this fun stuff regardless of what operating system you choose.

Oh, and that powerful database thing SQL Server was not even mentioed neither. Holy moly, we have a great future to look forward to.

If you still need to argue on all these neato combo, ask your self this? WHy are banks like Credit Suisse, Citi, and many others using it?

Bryan

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Don’t forget I have confirmed Phil T to do a live online Meetup Dec 2 from one of these videos:

http://www.meetup.com/R-Matlab-Users/events/218682736/

http://www.meetup.com/quant-finance/events/218682675/

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