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The Hub intends to decouple components by using techniques like message multicasting, object factories ("peers"), mixins and promises in one consistent API. It helps structuring your code, encapsulate internal data and encourages non-blocking designs.
Actors Guild is an experimental Java framework to make concurrent programming easier. It combines the concept of Actors with Futures. The result is a small API that let's you write concurrent, multi-threaded code almost like regular Java classes. Example of a simple actor: abstract class ... [More]
TickZoomTickZoom is an open source trading platform developed by a community of programmers who use it for their personal automated or black box trading systems. For a full description and documentation visit the TickZoom Wiki. Visit the official TickZoom Wiki Or check out the TickZoom Forums
TrueTrade is a framework for developing, testing and running automatic trading systems. It is intended to provide support for a wide range of orders, financial instruments and time scales. It provides tooling for backtesting the strategy against historical data, and a separate tool for running the ... [More]
A modified version of Karl Schulze's Interactive Brokers C# API. This modified version uses multithreaded event handling and optimized network send and receive code. A WinForms C# trading program that can trade algorithmically is included for use with this API.
Implements Java-style futures for Python Documentation Releases Example"Download many URLs in parallel." import functools import urllib.request import futures URLS = ['http://www.foxnews.com/', 'http://www.cnn.com/', 'http://europe.wsj.com/', ... [More]
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