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C++ Programming for Financial Engineering
Highly recommended by thousands of MFE students. Covers essential C++ topics with applications to financial engineering.
Python for Finance with Intro to Data Science
Gain practical understanding of Python to read, understand, and write professional Python code for your first day on the job.
An Intuition-Based Options Primer for FE
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<blockquote data-quote="Andy Nguyen" data-source="post: 70475" data-attributes="member: 1"><p>True story and good advice, Ken.</p><p>I can trace the majority of my contribution at work to SQL, which I had to learn on the first day at work. I know at least one job at a trading desk at one major IB where you support traders and the first question they ask on the phone is how do you rate your SQL skill.</p><p>Maybe we can put up a database online and run a query contest or something.</p></blockquote><p></p>
[QUOTE="Andy Nguyen, post: 70475, member: 1"] True story and good advice, Ken. I can trace the majority of my contribution at work to SQL, which I had to learn on the first day at work. I know at least one job at a trading desk at one major IB where you support traders and the first question they ask on the phone is how do you rate your SQL skill. Maybe we can put up a database online and run a query contest or something. [/QUOTE]