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In a trading environment, resilience is key. Our founder Don Wilson often shares a story of his early days in trading when resilience helped him move forward after a big loss. So, why are some people more resilient than others? Can resilience and other characteristics of well-being be learned? How can you build a healthy mind?
Leading up to the 3rd Annual Little Black Dress Night, we’re giving you the special chance to get to know some of our featured guests. Kimberly Trautmann is director at DRW VC.
At DRW, we describe our trading as diverse – we trade asset classes and instruments using various strategies and we execute on an array of exchanges. This means we’re taking risk where we see opportunity, provide liquidity, and participate in latency sensitive trading – all at the same time, in markets around the world.
We’ve shared the stories of how competitive sailing and triathlons parallel our business. One of our employees also sees a connection between DRW and pumping iron. We talked to her about how she strives not only to strengthen herself, but also to strengthen others (including her colleagues) by building a community.
C++ is an ever-evolving, big and complex language. It has many ways to do the same thing, some being easier to write, and some performing better... or so you might think.
Not all superheros wear capes. Seth Thomson, this week’s Power Lunch Series speaker, prefers a simple button up. A comic book salesman turned talk show host turned CIO of DRW, Thomson has seen success because of his fearlessness.
At DRW, many of our employees make time outside of work to volunteer and support charitable causes – from mentoring and coaching to serving on boards and serving meals, they’re committed to giving back. Recently, one employee reached far beyond Chicago to help an area in need.
In November, renowned C++ developer and podcaster Jason Turner came to DRW’s Chicago office to share his insights on C++. After Jason hosted a few seminars broadcast to engineers in all DRW offices, we sat down with him to learn more about the culture and community supporting the C++ language.