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    Improving your kdb+/q skills | Replay

    KX MEETUP OVERVIEW

    IMPROVING YOUR kdb+/q SKILLS

    Plateaued in your kdb+/q skills development? Ready to take your expertise to the next level? Watch the replay for insight with developers at various stages in their career, discussing what worked for them and showcasing real code examples.

    Meetup Panellists

    Eric Raab, Chief Technology Officer, KX

    Eric has responsibility for research and development and the technology roadmap at KX, with a focus on accelerating the expansion of the KX platform across industries.

    As an accomplished technologist and leader in software, cloud technologies, infrastructure, and SaaS product delivery, Eric brings a wealth of CTO experience gained at high-growth technology companies serving a broad range of industries including most recently Information Builders. Prior to that, Eric was CTO of Yodle Inc. a digital marketing firm acquired by Web.com (NASDAQ: WEB) and has also held CTO and senior engineering positions within telecoms and networking firms, including at M5 Networks and Line2.

    Nathan Perrem, Senior kdb+ Developer, BGC Partners

    Nathan Perrem has worked in the kdb space for the last 14 years. For the last 6 years Nathan has worked at BGC/Cantor Fitzgerald as the main kdb architect and quant developer.

    For the Cantor Precision Algo Desk, Nathan works with a team of Quants in designing and implementing the kdb research database and Transaction Cost Analysis solution for Cash Equities, FX and UST.

    Samantha Gallagher,  Principal Software Engineer, Neueda

    Samantha is a Principal Software Engineer at Neueda and has been working with kdb+ within global Tier 1 investment banks and hedge funds for 7 years. Coming from an Engineering background, she knows first-hand how much effort it takes to not only learn a new programming language in a professional environment but also how important it is to continuously improve on it.

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