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C++ Online Programming Cert Testimonials

Daniel Duffy

C++ author, trainer
Excellent course it is. Not only teach you syntax thing like normal programming courses do, but also programming ideas and QF applications that can also be used in other language. What’s more, if you want to get a solid programming ability from the course, hardworking needed!
Thank you. Feels like 4 courses rolled into one :cool:
 

zhangyufan

Active Member
C++
This course is really well-structured for the beginners and is very easy to understand and grasp the key knowledge. I can always find the answer to my questions in the forum. Professors, TAs and members are helpful and willing to reply to your problem.
 

Lanqing Li

Member
C++
Before attending the course, I only had some experience on Python and some other statistics software. However, this courses is well-structured for beginners in C++ so that I went quite smoothly.
This course contains many topics which are really useful and rich in content for a starter in financial engineering like me! The materials were detailed and accurate, with professor's clear explanation. As I went through the materials, the quizes and homework could remind me to pay attention to details and the forum provided great help. Thanks to TA's answer to my personal questions and to other students' questions, I could correct my bugs in HW! Many thanks to my TA Avi Palley and many other students in this course! :giggle:
 

rohan_thanki

Member
C++
I was able to get a solid background in C, C++, Object-oriented and generic programming, C++ libraries such as boost and STL and also on financial applications such as Option Pricing, Monte Carlo simulations, Finite Difference and lattice methods. My TA @APalley was very prompt in his responses and gave great insight to improve my homework submissions. A big thank you to @Daniel Duffy for structuring this course so well. It was definitely an awesome learning experience!
 

Derrick Mo

Active Member
C++
Finally finished the program and wish to share my experience here. This is an amazing program and I have learned a great deal. I have very little programming experience before joining this program but I now feel much more confident in reading and communicating in codes. I certainly cannot fly yet and it still takes me a lot of time to understand what the codes are trying to entail; however, I think I have learned how to crawl now or at least know how crawl looks like. I like to give special thanks to my TA @APalley who is dedicated to exceptional services and always give me valuable feedback on the same day when I submitted my assignment. For propective students, this is an intensive program and requires serious amount of efforts and dedications each week. If your intention is to obtain a certificate quickly so you can put C++ on your resume, this course may not be the best choice. However, if you are serious about learning C++ and interested in finance, I cannot think of any other offerings can deliver the same value. Happy to discuss privately if you want to know anything about the program from a student's perspective. If you are curious what I am planning to do next, I would say I want to take a couple of months to really digest what I have leanred in the past couple months, try to undersatnd codes provided in the lecture in a greater depth, and move on to the Advanced C++ program. Thanks again to Quantnet to provide this amazing program.
 

Daniel Duffy

C++ author, trainer
Haha "zhb[5]" how come I didn't think of that. Your course made my whole semester worthwhile so you're welcome!
Well, I have an eye for those kinds of things? You could do a change control request to Admin :cool:

In the 60s they used numbers a lot

 
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Victorxwk

Active Member
C++
I finish the course yesterday. It seems that I can still recall every hour I spent solving problems or debugging on every exercise project. This course will not only develop your skills in C++ OOP and GP,but it also make you brave enough to face up to any difficulty you may meet in your career. Either doing exercise along or learning with TA and other students, it's an enjoyable study journey for everyone who want to step into programming related fields.
 

Daniel Duffy

C++ author, trainer
I finish the course yesterday. It seems that I can still recall every hour I spent solving problems or debugging on every exercise project. This course will not only develop your skills in C++ OOP and GP,but it also make you brave enough to face up to any difficulty you may meet in your career. Either doing exercise along or learning with TA and other students, it's an enjoyable study journey for everyone who want to step into programming related fields.
Well done! "if you can make it on QN C++ you can make it anywhere"!
 
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