vs. and Finance
Does working in the finance sector pay off for software developers? The answer is “yes”. IT is a must have for most banks these days – a massive change from its previous “optional” status. That being said, if banks are trying to win developers over, why shouldn’t the latter learn a bit about this sector?
The technological needs of the finance industry include aspects such as Continuous Delivery, Java, Big Data, machine learning, low latency etc. By embracing these elements, the finance sector can change the status quo and co-exist with what appears to be a fierce opponent: FinTech. How should banks respond to FinTech? We invite you to open the magazine and find out.
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Inside this issue
Banks are innovating but not at the rate you want them to
“Banks understand that technology is no longer just a tool — but a core skill”
Interview with Eric Horesnyi
“Technology not going with finance is like saying macaroni doesn’t go with cheese”
Interview with David M. Brear
Payments are about to change
The traditional banking sector is much more “intrusive” than Bitcoin
Interview with Paolo Tasca
Looking beyond the blockchain hype
The use of Java in finance
The Leprechaun Trap
What can you do to minimize the risk?
Don’t fall into the “rewrite from scratch” trap
Eclipse Two: “I want to use Electron as a vehicle to rethink the IDE experience”
Interview with Doug Schaefer
“In a way, Apache Beam is the glue that connects many big data systems together”
Interview with Davor Bonaci and Jean-Baptiste Onofré