I talk about which machine learning framework to start learning with. One article below shows the lead both Keras and Tensor flow have over others including PyTorche. As TensorFlow 2 merges both Keras and version 1 together, it should put the framework light years ahead of everything else.
Who wins this battle? Python or F# for rapid ease of use for a newbie software engineer with videos
Why does Micrsoft technologies always surpass. Int this case it was F#. Remember I don;t know with either Python or F# but these videos should explain it
Here is why I gave up on Python aka dogs breakfeast of a so called programming language
here are all the open browser sessions I left open which was discussed in this video . Sorry to be mean but I had to records this as is
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Instant DotNet F Sharp surface plot with Visual Studio and DirectX faster than Python
Seriously, why bother with Python after this rapid get and up running demo of this surface plot. I don’t even know F# as it took less then 20 minutes to run!
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Why oh why do I this to myself after 6 hours of wasted punishment? I am also starting to think maybe DirectX maybe easier to work with than OpenGL/Qt. Who knows but another battle may await?
NOTE I now post myTRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don't worry as I don't post stupid cat videos or what I eat!
We are learning the psychology and foundation of trading from a newbie POV. This a pricey course from a very big name!!
Yes, we are watching these videos. Some interesting software may come out of it for my members in coming weeks. Keep your eyes peeled on it. Also, don’t ask about the big name as usual their affiliate marketing cronies and drinking buddies will come out with knives. It ain’t worth the hassle to post or indirectly promote the name so sorry on that!
Most online trading promises are BS. Matlab with Ernie Chan is still #1 way to learn to be a quant wanna be or quant newbie!
Here was a message update from one of my QuantLabs.net Premium members who sent this. Thanks to them for sending.
How are you doing ?
I am still flooded by the tsunami of mostly all sorts of information about algorithmic trading etc., mostly BS.
–> GO figure
I follow any information I can get on Matlab. Not an expert in Matlab yet though.
I have started the new book of Ernie Chan. That is something I can handle.
Yes, about algorithms.
–> Ernie is very down to earth. His strategy design is the same
I have found two websites:
I have watched the presentation of the first one. It looks very impressive, but is also expensive, although I could not find the pricing.
Are you familiar with these ? If so, please comment.
–> We had the owner present through a Webinar. It is quire advance but Matlab could do the same easier. His product was rumored to be around $60k.
There will be a session with Ernie Chan soon. Will that be an online meeting ?
–> Yes it is online which will be a rare treat for people
More details on these Meetups with Ernie Chan is at:
Ernie Chan’s new book Algorithmic Trading:Winning Strategies and Their Rationale
Ernie Chan Algorithmic Trading: Winning Strategies and Their Rationale
Thursday, Aug 15, 2013, 6:00 PM
GotoMeeting Webinar online GotoMeeting Webinar online Toronto, ON
37 Researching Traders Went
Ernie Chan’s new book Algorithmic Trading: Winning Strategies and Their Rationale LIVE webinar on Aug 15NOTE: Ernie will now take questions live during this interview. Post your questions here as we are compiling a list of them.http://quantlabs.net/academy/forum/quant-academy-forum/got-question-for-ernie-chans-upcoming-webinar-on-aug-15-ask-it-he…
Is BlueGo the best way to install Boost for newbie C++ developers?
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I tried using BlueGo to install Boost. However, I failed. Although BlueGo does automate some things, it simply lacks the necessary documentation and explanations of ‘what to do next’. Of course, as a beginner who does not have much experience with things like Boost, I am very dependant on documentation and explanations to figure out what to do. While BlueGo may work for experienced developers, it is certainly a terrible option for beginners like me.