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Pay rates for doing maths in banks, Matlab in Computational Finance, Mathematica In London,Paris, Frankfurt & Zuerich, Daniel Duffy in London, and Attilio Meucci in NY

Subject: Pay rates for doing maths in banks, Matlab in Computational Finance, Mathematica In London,Paris, Frankfurt & Zuerich, Daniel Duffy in London, and Attilio Meucci in NY Do you use (or misuse) maths in your finance job ? We’re surveying pay levels for quants, quant developers, algo traders, asset managers, risk people, strats, structurers, analytics …

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Pay Survey, Matlab in Computational Finance, Mathematica In London,Paris, Frankfurt & Zuerich, Daniel Duffy in London, and Attilio Meucci in NY and The Thalesians are doing FPGAs in NY

Do you use (or misuse) maths in your finance job ? We’re surveying pay levels for quants, algo traders, asset managers, risk people, strats, structurers etc. because it’s ironic that those who do numbers for banks have such poor quality numbers to work out how they are paid relative to others. http://svy.mk/letqkA It is completely …

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Events for Data Management , Daniel Duffy, Mathematica , GPU FPGAs, High Frequency Trading Dinner with the Real Time Club

Data Management in NY, Daniel Duffy in London, Mathematica / GPU in Paris, Frankfurt, Zurich & London, FPGAs in NY and High Frequency Trading Dinner with the Real Time Club in Whitehall. Dates for your Diary Data Management for Risk, Analytics and Valuations – New York City, May 17 http://bit.ly/iXIphY Apparently there is a lot …

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Are these advantages enough to want use Mathematica over Matlab for quants using Java, .Net, and C++?

Someone posted this on Linked In. Are these advantages enough to want use Mathematica over Matlab for quants using Java, .Net, and C++? Mathematica is extremely powerful. Those who believe it is only a program to perform symbolic calculations probably have never used Mathematica. Parallel processing capabilities are built-in and standard. So calculations spanning multiple …

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