Hadar Pedhazur, a major Python user on Wall Street and now the venture
capitalist behind Digital Creations, is willing to give a talk and to
chair a panel. His reputation alone is enough for us to be taken
For this to happen, we need a few people to submit papers by the
September 30th deadline, and to come up with some concrete proposals
for panels and other types of sessions. Please reply to this post, or
drop me a line ASAP if you think you might have something to talk
about, whether as a formal paper or part of some other activities.
This is not limited to trading-floor activities - I am sure any kind
of business simulations, accounting or other back office use would be
very interesting to hear about.
p.s. This is a private initiative and not an official goal of the
That is quite interesting. I've written a web-based general ledger
accounting system using Python, Fnorb and mxODBC and was considering
submitted a paper (which I've never done) but I'm not sure there is
time before the Sept 30th deadline. I'm also a bit unsure which
portions of the software would be of interest. I may just do it as
a Poster submission and talk with interested parties that way.
However, I am deeply interested in anything connecting finance and
Python and would like to find some way to contribute to making this
topic a success.
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>I'm in the process of finalising a Zope Web App written in
>Python/NumPy+some C. It does something called Generational Accounting
>and is used by some as an aid to the analysis of Government spending.
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