Friday, February 23, 2007

Flex Builder editor cheat sheet
from David Zuckerman

David's done a handy little cheat sheet. Check it out here.

Matt
Black-Scholes derivative pricer using Adobe Flex



Some test values
Spot Price : 60
Exercise Price : 65
Riskfree Rate : 0.08
Sigma : 0.3
Time to Maturity : 0.25

Try it out!! :o)

Matt

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

New Flex book! Professional Flex 2

authors : Rich Tretola, Simon Barber, Renaun Erickson



Have to wait till May 2007 to see it though. :o(

Can't wait to see it!!!! :o)

Matt

Sunday, February 18, 2007

UML Modeling on NetBeans

A couple cool posts here by Nipawit Luangaroon.

Part I: Installation

Part II: Create a Use Case Diagram

Part III: Generate code from a diagram


Matt

Saturday, February 17, 2007

Using Spring with Flex, and Flex Remoting

Pretty cool post here.

Another cool thing from Christophe Coenraet's blog is the Flex Test Drive Server For Java Developers (Tomcat based).

Pretty cool stuff. :o)

Matt
Flex.org

Can't believe I didn't find this site sooner.

http://flex.org

Another site I happened along recently is Adobe's list of Flex blogs. Found here.

Matt

Monday, February 12, 2007

Stop / Start / Restart OC4J 10.1.3.x

I use the standalone version and have scripts for this.

In 'OC4J_installation/j2ee/home' directory.

Start
java -jar oc4j.jar

Stop
java -jar admin_client.jar uri adminId adminPassword -shutdown

Restart
java -jar admin_client.jar uri adminId adminPassword -restart

Taken from this Oracle document here.

Cheers

Matt

Sunday, February 11, 2007

Error: Expression Language not supported in compile time attribute value

Traps for young players

JSTL 1.0 in JSP 2.0 Pages

Didier Laurent explains the problem and solution well enough here.

Matt

Friday, February 02, 2007

Quant Code

Another cool site I found recently.

http://www.quantcode.com/

"Welcome to Quant Code . This website serves to be a directory of free source code and resources useful for Quantitative Finance."

Matt
Java Quant - Quantitative Financial Algorithms

Cool site I found a yesterday.

http://www.javaquant.net/

"Here you will find information about the evaluation of financial options and the theory, definitions and models behind.

This webpage provides Java Applets to calculate the price of complex financial options, using the Monte Carlo technique, Binary Trees, among others."

Matt