QuoteOriginally posted by: outrunHaskell moving into QFQuoteIn our market research, we found wide recognition that today?s quant research process is disjointed. It is based on a cumbersome and disparate set of analytical tools and programs. Research is done in R, Excel, or MATLAB; prototyping is often redone in languages like Python; and production is done in Java or C#. The result is that it is inefficient, unproductive and often error prone. The data and model silos are often not integrated into a production environment with version control, audit trails and other risk management best practices. The potential for conflicting, erroneous or unknown models not in the system is a huge risk under the stricter regulatory and compliance environment.Our solution enablesObviously written by someone who has not worked in industry? Ivory Tower. Feeble attempt at scare tactics. I - and you - could arrive at the same conclusions over a couple of Kwok without any market research. LOL Haskell is niche quiche.
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