Dirk Eddelbuettel has about twenty years of quantitative finance experience covering high-frequency trading, quantitative asset allocation, risk management and other topics. He has been a Debian Linux developer maintaining numerous quantitative packages including R, QuantLib and GSL; is the author / coauthor of over two dozen R packages on CRAN including Rcpp, RInside, and RQuantLib; edits the CRAN Task Views on ‘Finance’ and ‘High Performance Computing’; is an editor at the Journal of Statistical Software, an elected board member of the R Foundation, a founding member of the R/Finance conference series; has served on the program committee for several use R; has given invited keynotes, talks or workshops about R, Finance and High Performance Computing in the US, Canada, Europe, and Japan; has published papers in JSS, CSDA and other journals as well as a book on Rcpp in Springer use R! series; and holds a MA and Ph.D. in Mathematical Economics from EHESS in France, and a MSc in Industrial Engineering from KIT in Germany.
We were excited to have Dirk join us at Trading Show Chicago 2016 to discuss Open Source Finance.
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- Free Software and Open Source
- Free Software and Four Freedoms
- GPL versus BSD/MIT/Apache
- Legal details
- How Open Source has won
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If you’re interested in learning more about the effect of Open Source on the trading industry , join us at Trading Show Chicago 2017 , held May 17-18 in Chicago, IL .