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Peter Lawrey, presents at the 2016 Goto in Chicago . The presentation begins around the concepts of meeting low latency trading requirements without using a monolithic infrastructure, Peter discusses how low latency microservices operate and how they receives events from a source of data that contains the complete history of all events and operates in…

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Kevin FarnhamTechnology writer and software engineer focused on high-performance low-latency big-data Java, Python, C/C++ programming. About 7 years ago, I attended a session given by Java Champion Peter Lawrey, leader of Chronical Software, at a JavaOne conference. Since most of my prior development work in the realm of low-latency high-performance was C/C++ software, I was very…

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by Sarah Butcher 23 November 2020 eFinancial News The accepted wisdom has it that if you’re building a high speed trading system you probably want to use C++ instead of Java: it’s closer to the metal and is therefore faster (lower latency). However, some leading figures in the industry beg to disagree. Peter Lawrey, CEO of Chronicle Software,…

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Article from eFinancial News 16/12/2020 by Sarah Butcher If you want to write the kind of code that’s used in the kinds of trading algorithms that are integral to market-making in today’s financial system, it’s quite possible that you’re going about it all wrong. Especially if you’re starting out by learning how to code in…

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https://news.efinancialcareers.com/uk-en/3004875/low-latency-java-trading-systems By Sarah Butcher The accepted wisdom has it that if you’re building a high speed trading system you probably want to use C++ instead of Java: it’s closer to the metal and is therefore faster (lower latency). However, some leading figures in the industry beg to disagree. Peter Lawrey, CEO of Chronicle Software, knows a thing…

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We are pleased to extend our partnership with 3Forge who are a leading provider of visualisation and analytical tools. Previous joint developments include a project around visualising and optimising both the Open Source and Enterprise version of Queue to leverage more details and a replay of the webinar can be found here  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5orL7rSpgMM&t=573s We are…

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