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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This was provided by one of our readers named Chris:
It always boils down to what you want to do.
Stay in school?
Then continue the education process. When the bills get to big and you need a job there are quant jobs out there to be had. (Will probably need Masters or better in one of Math, Physics, MFE) to get the first gig)
Work for a hedge fund?
Yep… you’ll definitely need Masters/PhD in a Math based program.
Build trading system?
No need to wait you can do this right now. Just pick a platform/language that you’re comfortable with and look for a broker that has an API that you can plug in to.
Now the best option might also be a combination of both… stay in school while you build your trading system. (or work while you build it…)
The school/work question is always difficult. Good luck!
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