Market Analysis for April 9. I will do a full analysis on all markets using both Technical and Fundamental. This is for all major asset classes including forex, indices, and commodity (with Bitcoin). We can talk about best possible planning for the week. Join me live if you are interested.
Note this will also be streamed live on Youtube.com/quantlabs
More than 13,000 engineers, scientists, and educators registered for the MATLAB Virtual Conference, which was held on March 25. If you attended and would like to revisit any of the sessions, or if you could not attend and want to catch sessions you missed, the recordings and slide presentations are now available.
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I’ll start the day with a keynote presentation where I will discuss the latest trends in technical computing. Following the keynote you can attend MathWorks sessions covering a range of topics, including:
Data analytics and machine learning
Audio signal processing and control design
Programming low-cost hardware
You’ll also hear experts in academia share their experiences, including:
The Online Revolution: Education for Everyone
Andrew Ng, Coursera
MATLAB Apps for Teaching Digital Speech Processing Dr. Lawrence Rabiner, Rutgers University and the University of California at Santa Barbara
MATLAB Meets MINDSTORMS: How to Control LEGO NXT Robots Using MATLAB for Educational Purposes Dorian Schneider, RWTH Aachen University
The MATLAB Virtual Conference is a free online 12-hour event featuring live sessions on MATLAB and Simulink by experts from around the world.
During the keynote, I will discuss the latest trends in technical computing. Following the keynote you can attend sessions by experts in academia on how they use MATLAB and Simulink to inspire learning and advance research, including:
Modeling and simulation
Hardware for project-based learning
Massive open online courses (MOOCs)
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Are these valid reasons why VMWare sucks vs Microsoft Windows Hyper-v for virtual cloud computing
This is from a Facebook follower:
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