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Michsund

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C++ Student
Anyone whose take the advanced c++ course, how has it helped you. I’m planning on maybe applying to firms that require good understanding of c++ in the future and am contemplating taking this course. Any reviews would be useful
 

GONG CHEN

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C++ Student
You can find some reviews

Hope these help
 

Michsund

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C++ Student
Most of these are pretty old I guess I’ll wait to see what @Daniel Duffy has to say in the morning 🤣. I am interested in some quant trading firms and they require strong c++ skills so would be wondering if it can help there?
 

Daniel Duffy

C++ author, trainer
Most of these are pretty old I guess I’ll wait to see what @Daniel Duffy has to say in the morning 🤣. I am interested in some quant trading firms and they require strong c++ skills so would be wondering if it can help there?
Of course!
C++ will be here at your retirement age (in the future == 85). Life-long learning!
Who knows, may C++ will support Quantum Computing by then.

 
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Daniel Duffy

C++ author, trainer
A follow-on remark is that everything is built on C++, Fortran and COBOL.

All (?) the Python libraries are C++ and Fortran wrappers.
 
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