G-Research is a leading quantitative research and technology company. We use scientific techniques, big data and world-class technology to predict future movements in financial markets, and we develop the platform to deploy these ideas globally across multiple asset classes.
We offer a dynamic, flexible and highly stimulating environment where good ideas are prized and rewarded. Our working culture is positive with a fantastic central London location.
We have created a community designed to inspire the best minds in the world to tackle the toughest intellectual challenges and deliver the best work of their careers. Our platforms and technologies are constantly evolving to meet the real-world scenarios we throw at them and we are seeking world-class software developers to join us.
Technologically the sky is the limit and we are looking for the brightest and best developers in the world to take our capability to the next level. This is an exciting time to join G-Research.
F# eXchange 2019
Two days in London
Find out how to productively use the power of F# to solve real-world software engineering problems at F# eXchange 2019, a conference for those in the F# community to share ideas and learn new concepts, tools and approaches using the F# language..net functional deep-dream neural-nets functional-programming fintech science fsharp fable dotnet
CloudNative London 2019
Three days in London
Discover how to take full advantage of the cloud platforms available to you, and how to build the next generation of tools to support them. Learn how to make your apps run faster and more efficiently. Network and share ideas. Deploy like a pro.devops chaos-toolkit chaos-engineering cloud-native containers kubernetes schedulers cloudnativeapps
Lightning Talk: Session types for F#ers
Featuring Fahd Abdeljallal
Type providers have proved a popular and valuable tool in the F# community within their primary use case of working with structured data—the main type providers library F# Data is one of the most downloaded F# libraries.structured-communication type-providers distributed-protocols functional-programming f# f-sharp
The Curious Case of Freya, Suave and Giraffe: Reducing Risks In Picking a New Tech.
Featuring Gien Verschatse
Picking a new technology is hard. Very often you avoid change at all cost, and go with the devil you know. Another extreme is to do some haphazard implementation and hope for the best.giraffe freya suave frameworks fsharpx fsharp
STOCK CARS, RASPBERRY PI, AND F#
Featuring Jamie Dixon
In North Carolina, stock car racing borders on obsession – with local track racing rivaling high school football as a popular Friday night family activity. Different local tracks have different classes of cars and Jamie's son ran in the intro division of 5/8 size car at three local speedways...autoracing python iot raspberry-pi fsharpx fsharp f#
Lightning Talk: Existentials - Playing Hide and Seek With Your Types
Featuring Nicholas Cowle
Like all good ideas in type theory, existential types have been around for a long time but are rarely used or given the prominence they deserve. Existential types offer a powerful mechanism for developers to create rich and completely type-safe data structures and APIs that are otherwise...functional-programming fsharpx fsharp f#
A journey into the F# compiler
Featuring Steffen Forkmann
Compilers have always been seen as fascinating black magic that can only be understood after long studies at university. Since the F# compiler was made open source you are now able to take a deeper look into that black magic, see all it facets and you can even change it.functional-programming fsharpx fsharp f#
Lightning Talk: Dr FunctionalLove or: How EROAD learned to stop worrying and love F#
Featuring Jim Bennett
A couple of years ago Jim started working at a company that was mainly a Java shop, except for a couple of Xamarin developers using C#. One of the developers loved F# and wanted to use it, but the architects said no! This is the story of how Jim and his Team slowly introduced F# to the company in...fsharpx functional-programming f-sharp f#
Workshop: Migrate your application/library to .NET Core/Standard
Featuring Enrico Sada
This workshop will guide you step by step to add .net core/standard support to an existing project. Enrico will provide an example project as use case, but you will be able to use your project, following same steps.migration fsharp dotnetcore dotnet