On the market AY22-23:
Luca Gemmi (2022, HEC Lausanne, postdoc)
Praveen Saini (2022, Capital One)
Laura Gati (2021, European Central Bank - Research)
Marco Brianti (2021, U. of Alberta)
Vito Cormun (2020, Santa Clara University )
Giri Subramaniam (2020, Analysis Group)
Pierre De Leo (2019, U. of Maryland-College Park)
Ana Lariau (2017, IMF)
Ethan Struby (2017, Carleton College)
Tristan Potter (2016, Drexel University)
Giacomo Candian (2016, HEC-Montréal)
Marco Machiavelli (2015, Federal Reserve Board)
Mikhail Dmitriev (2014, Florida State University)
Brent Bundick (2014, Federal Reserve, Kansas City)
Open Source Software
I appreciate open source software. I use all of these programs on my mac. Many of them are also available for linux and/or windows.
Bibdesk: Front-end for keeping track of bibtex entries. Extremely useful and user friendly.
Cyberduck: FTP/SFTP program for file transfer.
Gimp: Open-source equivalent of photoshop.
Mactex: Latex package for mac.
Unison: A great free utility for backing-up and syncing. Apparently is no longer under active development.