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  1. J

    So I created this software...

    Ah how I missed this site :D If I could get 30% monthly returns, the only thing you would see changing is my IP address from Canada to somewhere out in the tropics and a display picture of my gold plated yacht. This message would have also been typed by my gold plated parrot assistant ;)
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    Best book for self-learning C++?

    I got Prata's C & C++ Primer Plus books, thought they were both fantastic and I got them for about $20 each. :)
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    The Worlds First Ultraportable 15.6" Laptop!!??

    I bought the XPS 15 LX-502 for my back-to-school top. I'm hoping it will last me the 2 years I have left and hopefully into grad school :D The outer shell looks pretty plain and boring but the inside is sweet and delicious.
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    Need help! Economics student apply for mfe

    Maybe my post was misinterpretted, I wasn't trying to say I'd be covering stochastic calc. Point I was trying to make: at my school, before they came out with this wonderful combo degree, there was barely any math required of econ students aside from half year of calc/linear algebra + 1 year of...
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    Need help! Economics student apply for mfe

    I guess I'm lucky my Quantitative and Mathematical Economics (with minor in comp sci) covers alot of math and stats, including real analysis, stochastic processes, ODE, Linear algebra and so on. Just in time for back to school for me too :D Hurray for this wonderful forum, keeping me focused...
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    COMPARE University of Toronto MMF vs MFE

    I'm in the same boat, my 1st 2 years were spent flipping back and forth on what I wanted to do... that wsa about 7 years ago, now I'm finally going back, just in time for my school to have a Quantitative and Mathematical Economics degree, hooray! Also makes more sense to look at the last 2...
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    God's laptop

    As far as drivers in Linux, I got my Crossfire'd 5770's working fine in Linux 64-bit and all within 5 minutes. :)
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    COMPARE University of Toronto MMF vs MFE

    Its the last 2 years or the 3rd/4th year courses you take, so taking first year fluff courses to boost your average probably wouldnt help :D
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    God's laptop

    $5K is silly. Maybe its just me but I don't care if my laptop weighs 2.5 lbs or 6.5 lbs. It's definitely not worth the apparent pile of money. I just bought a Dell XPS 15 lappy, with the quadcore i7 2720QM, same 8 gigs'o'ram, Nvidia 540m 2GB graphics, 750 GB 7200RPM HDD, cost me $1500, sure I...
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    Commanding Heights

    Also available as a book, which I have, haven't read it in ages, sounds like I'll have to read it again
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    Ubuntu netbooks

    Never tried the netbook, but I have the desktop version and its fantastic :D So much faster booting up and logging in. Lots of support for ubuntu too if you run into problems.
  12. J

    C++ online certificate for MFE applicants

    Or without, if you have it suck the money out of your chequing account :D
  13. J

    C++ online certificate for MFE applicants

    I don't think I'd be worried about getting my money back, more concerned about how fast I can get my money there ;) :D
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    C++ online certificate for MFE applicants

    If my car burns to the ground before then it wouldn't be a problem :D Any word on payment methods that will be used?
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    Montreal Quants

    I'm in the middle of TO and Montreal, in parliament town :)
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