Does anyone know whether "Applied C# in Financial Markets" by Martin Worner is worth reading?
I couldn't find much info on the book, in terms of reviews and such - I suppose that's one indication.
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As always it depends on what you are looking for...
I have bought this book one year ago.
The audience aimed by this book, is people with no previous knowlege of C#.
If you are already a guru, you may loose your time/money.
But if you have no previous knowledge of c# the book is well structured -a lot of coding are available on line which keeps the book short, around 160p-