Built In NYC: How MayStreet Engineers Give Back to the C++ Community

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The burden of keeping the C++ language fresh and relevant is tasked to hundreds of engineers who make the trip to ISO Standard meetings three times a year.

Nathan Myers, a principal software engineer, and Robert Leahy, a senior software engineer, attend each meeting knowing that which companies send engineers is less important than the work of the engineers themselves; it’s the engineers doing the work who have the most influence.  

At least, that’s the case for Myers and Leahy, who work at MayStreet, an 8-year-old company that develops high-performance software and analytics for global capital markets. Together with their relatively lean team, Leahy and Myers help more than 50 clients make sense of contemporary markets and turn data into actionable trading insights.