Standard Chartered poaches Louwhoff from ING to lead digital operations
Standard Chartered has raided ING Bank for a new chief digital, technology and innovation officer to replace outgoing CIO Michael Gorriz.
Lab 4 (Beer’s law) post-lab tutorial
Schwab + YCharts: Leveraging the Holdings Integration for Portfolio Construction & Analysis
In this webinar, Schwab joined YCharts to review:
• How to seamlessly import portfolio data from Schwab Advisor Center into YCharts
• Popular workflows for building and analyzing portfolios in both YCharts and Schwab Advisor Center
• Tools and features to elevate your proposal generation, client communication, and more!
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Importance of being Lean in Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance
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Gergo Erdi – Executable, Synthesizable, Human Readable: Pick Three
Special thanks to the Haskell Foundation for supporting the production of this video!
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The great thing about Clash is that it is just Haskell. In this talk, we explore *why* this is great, by showing a simple hardware circuit developed using high-level Haskell abstractions:
* Separation of model and presentation * `State` with lenses for composable model updates * Type-directed and type-level programming
The result is idiomatic Haskell code that can be viewed in multiple ways:
* We can compile it as software Haskell, yielding an interactive simulation, i.e. a playable Pong game.
* We can compile it as hardware Haskell, yielding an FPGA configuration that can be hooked up to two pushbuttons and a VGA screen.