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Quantitative Developer Certificate (QDC)

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Together with our partners, WBS Training Ltd, we have launched a new certificate programme for quantitative developers. The objective of the course is to develop fundamental skills of quantitative developer role. The course is of an introductory level and does not require programming experience. The course is designed by practitioners from quantitative finance with experience in model development for derivative pricing and systematic trading. The primary coding languages of the course are Python and C++.… Read More »Quantitative Developer Certificate (QDC)

New Website

To better serve the needs of our customers, we have created a new website. You can visit it at www.thalesians.com. The website contains sections on our educational and consulting activities, on recent and forthcoming seminars, and our recent work, such as publications and software libraries. We hope that you will also like the (still expanding) resources pages, that collate resources useful for doing data science work. On the new website you will be able to… Read More »New Website

COVID-19

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Our thoughts are with those whose families or friends have been affected by COVID-19, those who care for the sick, those who are fighting on the frontline of this pandemic. We would like to wish all our readers, first and foremost, good health. Stay well and safe. We very much hope that the present crisis will be over soon.

Jan Novotny on Machine Learning in kdb+/q

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As the book by Jan Novotny, Paul Bilokon, Aris Galiotos, and Frederic Deleze Machine Learning and Big Data with kdb+/q is now available on Amazon.co.uk, Jan Novotny, PhD, will be giving a Thalesian talk on Machine Learning and Big Data with kdb+/q. The talk is due to take place on Monday, 9 December, 2019, at Marriott West India Quay, Canary Wharf, London. You can reserve your place by registering on Meetup.com: https://www.meetup.com/thalesians/events/266405229/ Upgrade your programming… Read More »Jan Novotny on Machine Learning in kdb+/q