Hi guys, I’m currently on pace to finish the c++ for financial engineering and python for finance courses before my masters in quantitative finance begins in September. I’ll be taking 5 graduate courses beginning from September and I’ve originally planned to begin the advanced c++ course around mid September as well. But these past weeks I’ve talked to numerous people and friends who are already in the quant industry, and I’m having the impression that completing the c++ for FE and python for finance courses is sufficient enough for the programming section of quant job interviews alongside some leetcode and Book problems practices. The ratio between the skills gained to be a quant and the amount of time ive spent on c++ and python this summer is extremely high, and I’m beginning to think the ratio won’t be that high with the advanced c++ course. To be honest, my ultimate goal and priority is to find a quant related job after I graduate masters, not c++. Should I be taking the advanced c++ during my spare time beginning September, or should I focus on improving my other skills (stochastic, derivatives, etc.), is the c++ for FE and the python course sufficient for beginning a career as a quant?