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Hard interview questions for RenTech HFT job

Tough interview questions for RenTech HFT job. i  would not get into the front door with these tough ones

Hint: You better be a master at C++ and Linux hardcore fan

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2017/11/tough-interview-questions-for-rentech-hft-job/

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Failing hard and often with R and Python packages you don’t know

Failing hard and often with R and Python packages you don’t know

My summary: hahahahahaha as you have been warned

 

 

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Is Parallel Programming Hard? What to do about it?

Is Parallel Programming Hard? What to do about it?

This response came in from someone on my email newsletter list

And it is freely available for download.
https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/people/paulmck/perfbook/perfbook.2017.01.02a.pdf
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https://quantlabs.net/blog/2017/01/who-knows-c-multi-core-programming-book/
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More highly useful updates from someone else:

I would say that the free book you posted (https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/people/paulmck/perfbook/perfbook.2017.01.02a.pdf) probably over-complicates things. It may be useful just as a general reference, but it doesn’t have much about the built-in thread library in C++11.

Again, I would avoid ‘Professional Multicore Programming’ as it was released before C++11. In my opinion there’s absolutely no need for using POSIX threads or any other third-party concurrency library now that we have the built-in one.
I haven’t read ‘C++ Concurrency in Action’, but it looks like a great book about concurrency in C++11.
There are loads of tutorials online as well such as http://baptiste-wicht.com/categories/c%2B%2B11-concurrency-tutorial.html and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LL8wkskDlbs&list=PL5jc9xFGsL8E12so1wlMS0r0hTQoJL74M
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