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Cryptocurrency Exchanges and the MQ Kid


Not a whole lot of updates, I guess.  I’ve just been working alot.

The last week or so I’ve been researching cryptocurrencies since it’s been a bit of a gap for me.  I have an idea I’d like to try out using microtransaction calculations on cryptocurrency exchanges based on predictive trend convergence when I can decipher GDAX’s or some similar Forex-type hub’s API well enough to create trade logistics algorithms.

Then there’s message queues.  I’ve long talked about implementing my own very simple message queue.  But, I think it’s time to get a little more experience with existing MQ models so I can see if there’s any feature bloat I may actually care about whenever I do find time to do that.  To be honest I can’t take on any more pet projects or I won’t get anything done.

Examplar subprocess execution is fleshed out but not yet implemented.

There was a suggestion to use Yocto for Foster but I’ve decided not to go with it as it would push all the real work from M2 to M3 and the type of work it is needs to be burned in by M3.  It certainly is on the radar for projects to learn from though.

And then there’s also crushing my enemies, seeing them driven before me, and hearing the lamentation of their women.  Work in progress.



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