Introduction After Phase II, we discovered that Numpy wasn’t going to help. Also, getting a half way decent approximation of Pi was going to take millions of paths / attempts. So on a slimmed down […]

# Month: March 2020

# CALCULATE PI USING MONTECARLO SIMULATION – PHASE II

Context Carrying on from Phase I, I wanted to see how I could take the initial answer and make it more efficient. The first port of call then is… how expensive is it at the […]

# Calculate Pi using MonteCarlo Simulation – Phase I

Context I was interviewing for a Python developer role in an Investment bank, and a nice enough but over zealous quant started asking me silly questions. You know the sort. However in this case I […]