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I write automated trading applications in Java using the TWS API from Interactive Brokers. I use Python and C++ for data analysis and exploration.


Dec
2
answered Is there an effective way to test XSL transforms/BizTalk maps?
Dec
2
comment Is there an effective way to test XSL transforms/BizTalk maps?
It's amazing to me how the XML toolchain is so robust except when it comes to testing.
Dec
2
comment In a Table Data Gateway, where do I put queries that use joins
It seems a DAO would contain a table data gateway, where applicable.
Sep
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awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Feb
27
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
4
awarded  Critic
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26
awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Nice Question
Jul
10
comment Implementing unit testing at a company that doesn't do it
@Peter Torok Thanks... have you got any links to relevant acceptance testing information?
Jul
10
accepted Implementing unit testing at a company that doesn't do it
Jul
10
asked Implementing unit testing at a company that doesn't do it
Jun
3
accepted When module calling gets ugly
Jun
1
comment When module calling gets ugly
That's true.. it is possible to test the whole script using mocks. I hesitated because I wondered if having such a script in the first place was a symptom of bad design. But from the comments so far, it appears that the script is a natural consequence of "dataflow programming".
Jun
1
revised When module calling gets ugly
closer to my code which uses public static inner classes for module input/output; calling operate() function of modules
Jun
1
asked When module calling gets ugly
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awarded  Yearling
Feb
22
accepted Optimization as a branch: is that a thing?
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22
awarded  Editor
Feb
22
comment Optimization as a branch: is that a thing?
@MarkBooth literally--