- ISBN: 1590595645
- Author: Samir Jayaswal Yogesh Shetty
- Publisher: Apress
- Publication Date: 2006-04-04
This unique book examines up-to-the-minute uses of technology in financial markets and then explains how you can profit from that knowledge. To participate in mainstream .NET development, you must address the changes in financial markets by using the most sophisticated tools available, Microsoft .NET technology.
Software developers and architects, IT pros, and tech-savvy business users alike will find this book comprehensive and relevant. Each chapter presents problems and solutions that cover business aspects and relevant .NET features. Each aspect of .NET is analyzed in its proper context, so you’ll understand why it is relevant and applicable in a real-life business case.
About the Author
Samir Jayaswal heads the Product Management & Product Development Group for treasury and risk management products at 3i Infotech Limited (http://www.3i-infotech.com). He has about a decade of experience in conceptualizing, leading, and managing product development for financial markets in domains such as fixed income, equities, foreign exchange, commodities, and derivatives. These products have been successfully deployed in banks, exchanges, financial institutions, and brokerages worldwide, and have fulfilled functions such as trading, surveillance, risk management, and settlements. Samir has a bachelor’s degree in computer science and a postgraduate degree in international finance. He is an avid investor and a voracious reader. You can contact Samir at email@example.com. Yogesh Shetty is an expert in development for Financial markets, with over 8 years of experience in Microsoft technologies. He has extensive knowledge and experience in the design and development of Trading Engines, using the Microsoft .NET framework, ADO.NET, C#, VB.NET, SQL Server, and other technologies. He was responsible for developing a Straight Through Processing (STP) back office product with real-time connectivity to Exchanges and has participated in the Microsoft .NET Center of Excellence for Financial Markets.