Financial Modelling Handbook
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Progress reports and general updates about the Financial Modelling Handbook
Aesthetics vs practicality
And the small question of price.
I'm off to Delhi this week to run a training course for new graduates who recently joined Gridlines. My bags are packed. Mostly with these: It's rewarding to see the book out in the world, finally. I'll be using the book to support all my training courses in the future,
Financial Modelling Mastermind Group
Last week I posted the idea of a Financial Modelling Mastermind group on LinkedIn. I've included the text of the post below. I had enough interest to make it worthwhile going forward with it. The idea is to create a space for experienced professional modellers to come together to share
A note on beta readers
I think I may have created some confusion with my last post when I mentioned beta readers. I've had quite a few of you message me or leave comments being asked to be added to the list of beta readers. Please allow me to give you some context. I started
Dare I say "nearly there"?
I've been thinking that we are nearly there for weeks now. But we really are nearly there. After my last update, we split the book into two volumes as it was just too big. Once we got the new version back from the designer, we realised it was a terrible
Can you help me choose the title for Volume 1?
The first draft of the book design is done, and we're still on track for publishing by the end of this year. Here's a preview of the cover: And a preview of how an internal two-page spread will look: We're splitting the material written so far into two volumes. Volume
Productivity Pack update
I've just posted the latest version of the Productivity Pack macros. We've been working on this for several months. A lot of the focus has been on ironing out bugs and improving the underlying code. We've also added a few new tools and updated the functionality of existing tools. Check
The last few chapters
Looks like we're getting close to the finish line!
A data visualisation reading list
I've long believed that the best way to learn something is to teach it. To increase my own knowledge and skill around data visualisation, I created this free introduction to data visualisation course [https://www.fullstackmodeller.com/free-data-visualisation-course] as part of my teaching work with Full Stack Modeller [https://www.
Apple has done us dirty
Monterey, the latest version of macOS, no longer has Python built in. This left us with a tricky keystroke problem to solve.
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