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Clojure for Finance Paperback – January 11, 2016
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About the Author
Timothy Washington is a senior software developer with over 15 years of experience in designing and building enterprise web applications from end to end. His experience includes delivering stable, robust software architectures to organizations ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. His skills include managing agile projects, systems analysis and design, functional programming, DSL and language design, and object-oriented design, with contributions to the open source community.
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Supposedly written for finance professionals, it never moves beyond random numbers, moving averages, SMA and Bolinger bands. No credit or risk modelling, Monte Carlo Simulation or portfolio aggregation; all of which clojure is great at.
It assumes little or no knowledge of clojure on the readers part. A finance professional with no clojure experience would be much better served with a general language book like The The Joy of Clojure and with some clojure experience Henry Garner's Clojure for Data Science.
We need a book with this title but this is not the right book.
Examples in the book had numerous errors, functions with unused args and not single reference to transducers which is one of the killer features that makes clojure great for finance.