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Interview Candidates

Hey everyone,

A part of my job here at QuantConnect, is to manage original content and interviews. We're working on some thought pieces, educational walkthroughs and more interviews (like the one with did with Tadas Viskanta (https://www.quantconnect.com/blog/interview-with-tadas-viskanta-of-abnormal-returns/). We have a few more interviews being transcribed and will be up soon, but we'd love community involvement on how we pick our interviewees!

Who would you like to see interviewed by QC? Any questions you would like to see asked?

Look forward to your thoughts :)
Simon Burns
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Would be great to see some quant fund founders or even low level quant interviews. I'm a follower of Renaissance, Hudson River Trading, Bridgewater Associates and Citadel... If you could get any insights from employees that work there it would be captivating.
-Seth
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A good amount of interesting work is coming out of unconventional data players...Anton from TRData for thoughts on his work in emerging markets data would be neat. I'd love to hear how he gets data from Russian oligarchs and options data in Ghana all in the same year :) Others too like the Estimize guys, anyone doing work with Twitter Sentiment data... Non-market/unconventional data in general I suppose.
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