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Automated Trading resources

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One of the things that I’ve been doing sporadically over the last couple of years is dabbling in Automated Trading. Now when I say dabbling, I mean small fry. Mostly playing with backtesting and the occasional test with small amounts of real money.

It’s been interesting, and I’ve learned a lot (many of the ‘things not to do’).

The following is a collection of useful tools and learning resources.

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Ray White Conference - Matterport

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Slightly simpler than the AREC stand, however still cool. Spent a lot of the time explaining and demoing the Matterport the attendees.

Ray White Stand

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Places you should visit

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I should probably be ashamed that my top thing to do in any city is find the nerd spots. Here are two of my favourite from my last trip to the US.

B&H Photo

B&H Photo in NY is probably one of the coolest stores in NY. They have this amazing conveyor system that makes them feel more like an Airport than a store.

B&H Photo



Autodesk Gallery

Autodesk Gallery in San Francisco is another hidden gem. An amazing space that celebrates the massive variety of things that Autodesk software has been used to design and build.

Autodesk Gallery Autodesk Gallery 2

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AREC + Zero Latency

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An agent walks around a house untethered

AREC is the largest Real Estate conference in Australia. We dragged the Zero Latency team along and allowed the agents to walk through an apartment using their technology. Not as exciting as shooting zombies, but it’s a first for most of the agents.

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Recon Glasses

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Rob using the Recon Glasses

Google Glass taught me that Smart glasses can be just as cool as VR. In our efforts to keep up with a wide variety of emerging technologies, we got a pair of Recon Glasses.

Unfortunately, I’m not super impressed with them. They’ve been hard to configure, and get the view right. They lack an easy ability to install and build new applications for them (not the first time I’ve had this kind of problem).

Still interesting to see the field developing.