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    FAQ: Advanced C++ and Modern Design Online Course

    In regards to the Advanced course, the prerequisites are as follows: Proficiency in OOO, inheritance, polymorphism. Proficiency in generic programming (C++ templates). Deep understanding of C/C++ memory management (dynamic allocation), pointers, references, memory leaks, etc. Understanding of...
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    @Daniel Duffy -- any update on the new material? @Devon Kaberna -- happy to provide you any...

    @Daniel Duffy -- any update on the new material? @Devon Kaberna -- happy to provide you any feedback re the new material should it get released after you are complete.
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    Homework Submission

    You should not. Note that VS code is not VS
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    No, it will be level 2+ for most if not all

    No, it will be level 2+ for most if not all
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    The overall changes will not be dramatic, as there is addition of new material but not a...

    The overall changes will not be dramatic, as there is addition of new material but not a paradigm shift. There will be a few new videos incorporated into the existing structure, and a few exercises added/reworded to go over the additional features.
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    Some further questions about the course

    There is no option to repeat the exam. The exam is 25% of the overall grade, so it is very rare for a student to submit good work throughout the course, but fail the course due to the exam. Homeworks yes, quizzes no. The quizzes are meant as a learning tool, and can be taken any number of...
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    Course Material

    All levels are here: C++ Programming for Financial Engineering When you pass quiz 1,level 2 automatically unlocks
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    What does eTrading do in a bank? (eFX, eRates, etc)

    While I mostly concur with your points here, there is a matter of semantics. Quant work does not need to be narrowly defined within the confines of derivative pricing. While derivative pricing (and related topics) are a major component of MFE programs, not many quants actively work on derivative...
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    What does eTrading do in a bank? (eFX, eRates, etc)

    eTrading roles are closer to Strat than pure Quant. Some banks have 'Straders' who do everything from build the models, do the data analysis, and actually run the book (trade), while others split this into distinct roles: Quants/Strats who work side by side with the book runners (traders). The...
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    can't compile the code in visual studio

    Do you have VS installed?
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    Recommendation on QN courses

    You may find this post helpful in making that decision: FAQ: Python Online Course
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    Putting Course Experience on Resume

    I've seen is under Certifications, which can be a subsection under Education. You can put the course title, basic course description, and date earned. Additionally, put C++ under Skills
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    About Final Exam Time

    Yes
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    Homework Submission

    There are hidden files/folders as well that need to be deleted. See above and https://quantnet.com/threads/hw-size.44052/post-268848
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