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New Chapter in Life

Recently, I accepted an offer from the large public university where I have been teaching as an adjunct to become a full-time assistant professor. After a decade in quantitative finance (and another few years in software development and management consulting), … Continue reading

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EFinancialCareers User Database Cracked

I just received an e-mail from eFinancialCareers.com, one of the financial job websites I have mentioned to job seekers. According to the e-mail: “Dear eFinancialCareers Member, This week, we detected illegal access of the eFinancialCareers database which compromised our users’ … Continue reading

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New Edition Coming Soon; E-Book Edition Next Year

Two book-related announcements: The new edition of my book is going through the galley proof stage and will be will soon (in less than 2 weeks) be available on Amazon.com and at other booksellers, in time for students to begin thinking about … Continue reading

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Quant Career Blog on New Host

Important announcement:  my Quant Career blog is now hosted on WordPress.com, as a result of the new partnership between Microsoft and WordPress.com. I’m going to see if I can restore all the features of the old blog. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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Happy Holidays

Here’s wishing everyone a wonderful 2010!   Stay healthy and safe!

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Update Resumed!

Ok, I know I’ve been away for a long time (eight months!). I was real busy with other things, and my health has been rather poor. The latter situation has not improved, but at least I’m not as busy as … Continue reading

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Where Has Brett Been?

As you can see I haven’t updated this blog in two months. I’m now involved with an Internet-based distance learning start-up called TNC Networks (http://www.tncnetworks.com), plus my family recently welcomed a new member, so I’m left with little — actually … Continue reading

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