Does this article hint DOTNet C Sharp could be as fast as C++ with STL for quant and HFT trading platform development?

(Last Updated On: December 4, 2013)

Hi there

I was surprised when I say this:

Does this article hint that DOTNet C Sharp could be as fast as C++ with STL for quant and HFT trading platform development? – See more at: https://quantlabs.net/blog/2013/12/does-this-article-hint-that-dotnet-c-sharp-could-be-as-fast-as-c-with-stl-for-quant-and-hft-trading-platform-development/#sthash.WBmhwGda.dpuf

Depending on your libraries, C++ could slow down your development time if you have bloated libraries. C# could make it easier.

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