Baruch MFE Advanced C++11/14 and Multidisciplinary Applications Certificate
We are happy to announce that the “Advanced C++11/C++14 and Multidisciplinary Applications” Online Certificate is now open for enrollment, a second step in C++ education after the “C++ Programming for Financial Engineering” Online Certificate which has been completed by over 1,000 students from more than 30 countries.
content developed by best-selling author Dr. Daniel Duffy
delivered entirely online by QuantNet
personal teaching assistant for every student
private forum to interact with teaching assistants and colleagues
time frame: 20 weeks to complete the certificate
tuition cost: $1,950
register anytime at https://www.quantnet.com/advancedcpp/
experienced C++ developers who wish to learn and apply design techniques in a multi-paradigm programming environment
people who completed the Baruch MFE C++ Programming for Financial Engineering Online Certificate
people with intermediate or advanced C++98 knowledge and who wish to learn C++11/C++14
Topics Covered (selected)
C++ multi-threading, concurrency, parallel, and network programming
Boost C++ libraries
popular design and system patterns based on the object-oriented model
defined process to architecting, design and implementation of complex software systems (based on a combination of Structured Analysis, System patterns and C++11)
Full access to Level 1 materials available prior to enrollment:
(QuantNet account required in order to register. It is strongly suggested to access Level 1 materials prior to enrollment.)
We look forward to answering your questions about the course.
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FPGA Based Accelerators for Financial Applications Book
I am still looking at Matlab’s Simulink as an option to rapidly deploy this
This book covers the latest approaches and results from reconfigurable computing architectures employed in the finance domain. So-called field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) have already shown to outperform standard CPU- and GPU-based computing architectures by far, saving up to 99% of energy depending on the compute tasks. Renowned authors from financial mathematics, computer architecture and finance business introduce the readers into today’s challenges in finance IT, illustrate the most advanced approaches and use cases and present currently known methodologies for integrating FPGAs in finance systems together with latest results. The complete algorithm-to-hardware flow is covered holistically, so this book serves as a hands-on guide for IT managers, researchers and quants/programmers who think about integrating FPGAs into their current IT systems.
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