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DevOps Survival in the Highly Regulated Financial Industry

by Manuel Pais on  Jul 31, 2016

Robert Scherrer, head of application engineering at SIX, on how the company leveraged DevOps principles and benefits in the highly regulated Swiss financial industry. Engaging with compliance auditors to collaboratively agree on solutions early before it's too costly to change and avoiding legacy internal directives (not actually required by external regulations) are the main takeaways.

GS Collections Moves to the Eclipse Foundation

by Victor Grazi on  Jan 21, 2016

InfoQ talks to GS Collections creator Donald Raab about the just announced move of the GS Collections open source framework to the Eclipse Foundation

Develop Financial Applications with F# and QuantLib

by Anand Narayanaswamy on  Apr 26, 2013 1

The usage of Microsoft F# in conjunction with QuantLib provides extensive possibilities for developers to build quantitative financial applications and this news report examines the steps required to create a simple F# application with QuantLib.

Presentation: Progressive Architectures at the Royal Bank of Scotland

by Michael Stal on  Jul 06, 2012 2

In their presentation posted at InfoQ systems and data architects Ben Stopford, Farzad Pezeshkpour and Mark Atwell show how RBS leveraged new technologies in their architectures while facing difficult challenges such as regulation, competition and tighter budgets. They also need to cope with stringent technical challenges, for instance with efficiency and scalability.

Python Could Become the Language of Finance

by Jonathan Allen on  Apr 21, 2010 1

The SEC is proposing that most Asset Backed Securities include a downloadable “program that gives effect to the flow of funds, or “waterfall,” provisions of the transaction”. If the proposal is passed, this program would have to be written in Python and posted EDGAR.

Financial Functions for .NET

by Jonathan Allen on  Dec 26, 2008

Luca Bolognese has reimplemented Excel’s collection of financial functions in F#. Released under an open source license, it should prove useful for both learning F# and for porting applications from Excel to .NET.

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