Anthony Malakian, US editor of Waters, and James Rundle, news editor of Waters, record a weekly podcast touching on the biggest stories in financial technology.
1:00 A quick update on next week’s Waters Rankings announcement, and the Mifid II event in London.
3:45 The problem: Too many frameworks and libraries to choose from
8:00 The balancing act of keeping both young and older programmers happy and engaged.
10:00 Lessons learned for CTOs.
12:25 The CFTC announcement and what it means.
14:00 What the revision process will look like.
15:00 A timeline of what is supposed to come next, though James and Anthony are skeptical.
18:00 A rant on Donald Trump Jr., and the state of political discourse in the United States.
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