Hi Daniel Duffy,
Just I have a question regarding your C++ Programming for Financial Engineering.
How the course is compared to your :
1- Distance Learning - Computational and Quantitative Finance in C++ (full course)
2-Distance Learning - C++ and its Application in Finance
Do you have a special discount for students (for the Computational and Quantitative Finance in C++)?
Thanks in advance.
Course 2 is a beginners course in C++ (with finance examples) while course 1 is advanced C++, patterns, libraries and applications.
I do have discounts for students. Please send an e-mail dduffy AT datasim DOT nl
In the course I have avoided any difficult English words and phrases. So, the Englsh is kind of technical so I reckon you should be OK.Does the english level of these course high ? I would like to follow but i'm not sure to understand everything
thx for answer
I am finance major and have no any background about programming. Can I take this course for well? I am very interested in C++ in finance!!!
Thank you very much Dr. Duffy, So the course introduces both C and C++ in finance, but more weighted in C++ application. Do I understand correctly?As originator of the course, I think it is possible but a lot of hard work it is worth the effort IMO.
The course starts with C.
I believe a number of students without programming experience have successfully completely the course.
BTW not sure if I am answering on the appropriate thread but I have to answer somewhere
Do you have any public test exam questions I could look at?Are you able to speak to the effectiveness of this class in helping with the Chicago MSFM Computing for Finance exam? Has anyone taken the class and been able to test out of all or a couple of the 3-class series?