This Week At FINOS: Week Of September 5, 2023

September 05, 2023

Here's what's happening during the week of September 5, 2023 within the FINOS community.

Do you want to be a Certified FDC3 Practitioner? This month FINOS will be testing out our new Certified FDC3 Practitioner exam. If you sign up before the end of September, you will be eligible to take this certification for free and receive a certificate and Credly badge issued by the Linux Foundation to share on socials.

Learn about the Future of the Securities Lending Market - the conjunction of market complexity, technical architecture and regulatory impacts in a new blog post from Adrian Dale of ISLA. If you are in New York on November 1st, you can meet various trade associations at the Open Source in Finance Forum. If you are in Europe, join in depth discussions at the ISLA AGM & 13th Annual Post Trade Conference.

Ready for another sneak peek into some of the sessions at OSFF? Listen to our new speaker podcast with Anna McDonald, Technical Voice of the Customer at Confluent, as she discusses highlights from her upcoming talk: "Enabling Real Time Regulatory Compliance with Kafka Streams and Morphir".

In our most recent Open Source Readiness update, get involved with three upcoming events including an OSR meeting and the FINOS / TODO Certified Financial Service Open Source Developer Exam (Kick Off).

WEEK OF 5 September - MEETINGS

Here's what's happening during the week of September 5, 2023 in the FINOS community.

Tuesday, September 5

Wednesday, September 6

Thursday, September 7

Friday, September 8

Upcoming EVENTS

  • September 26-29 - Grace Hopper Celebration
    • Grace Hopper celebration is the largest gathering of women and non-binary technologists in the world. Find out more about the agenda here, which includes a session on the FINOS Legend project, "Lead with Data: Using Goldman Sachs' Open-Sourced Legend Platform to Unlock Sustainability Insights".
  • October 12, 18, & November 16 - Aeron Community Meetup: Autumn Roadshow
    • This event series in London, New York, and Chicago is designed for Aeron users, contributors or just anyone interested in the latest developments in high-throughput, low-latency, fault-tolerant applications. View the series details

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