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Arto Thurlin 🚒

Arto Thurlin 🚒

Nov 24
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The Quantitative Finance Playbook: #Python #Programming. Python is the go-to tool for anything from a quick perusal of data to demanding deep learning models. How do you acquire the skills required for Quantitative Finance? Read on to find out: πŸ§΅πŸ‘‡

The PyQuant Newsletter by @PyQuant News 🐍 β€’ This newsletter covers quant finance β€’ There is also an online course on Python coding for Finance…
PyData Conferences @PyData β€’ There are regular conferences organised by PyData, either in person or online β€’ These conferences are a great source of learning and inspiration. β€’ As it happens, PyData Global is only a few days away (online only)
"Fluent Python" by Luciano Ramalho β€’ This is the book read for general Python programming. β€’ The book looks at Python as an object oriented language β€’ There is a Github repo with code examples
"Effective Python" by Brett Slatkon β€’ an excellent introduction to Pythonic thinking β€’ Nice bite-sized chapters on specific issues β€’ An accompanying Github repo is available
TLDR: For Python for Quant Finance: Check out β€’ @PyQuant News 🐍 β€’ @PyData β€’ "Fluent Python" β€’ "Effective Python" Arto Thurlin @Arto Thurlin 🚒
Arto Thurlin 🚒
Quant Asset Manager | I write about quant finance and systematic trading | 20+ years of experience in the quant space. Also, CrossFit FTW!
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