Nickel Steamroller Webinar

I’ll be hosting a 45 minute webinar followed by a 30+ minute Q/A discussing the features and tools of Nickel Streamroller. I want to dive into the platform in-depth. We will cover everything from how to find statistically meaningful filters to some of the low level technical details. I’ll talk a little about some of the challenges I’ve had creating the system and where I see it going in the future.

I hope to keep the webinar very interactive. I’ll be hosting the audio portion of it via a conference bridge so you can dial in from from anywhere, even your car during rush hour traffic.

I hope you join me, it should be a fun and information packed hour.

If you are completely new to P2P there will still be a great deal of information for you to learn. If you’re an advanced lender you will still benefit from learning how to use the tools I’ve constructed.  Both Lending Club and Prosper will be covered.

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When: January 26th at 7:00 pm Central Time


9 thoughts on “Nickel Steamroller Webinar

  1. Might I be bold enough to suggest a 30 minute webinar followed by a minimum 30 min QA extendable depending on need. This has a dual purpose………First it minimizes the chances of nodding off during the webinar & secondly it shows your willingness to actually answer at least 1 complex question……………in addition to the standard how to tie your shoe laces & Mickey Mouse ones. 
    15 minutes Q&A implies I want to get out of here so don’t ask me anything that can’t be answered in 2 sentences or less. :)……….or worse!

    Dan B.

    1. The post said 15+ minute implying it will go past 15 minutes. I’m fully anticipating to go well past one hour. I’m also debating opening the conference bridge to allow cross talk at the end. I’m sure nothing could go wrong there, right?

      1. Oh, I don’t know about that…………it already sounds like that could quickly degenerate into a free for all. I’m way too much of a “order” & “kontrol” freak to support that. Check with my good friends at Prosper, I’m sure they’ll back me up on this one. 🙂

    1. Absolutely. I’m just figuring out the logistics of how to host without having to spend 100 bucks. 🙂 Recommendations welcome. I’m thinking of using but I’m thinking their service is not geared towards webinar. I might just bite the bullet and get a gotowebinar account.

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