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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
Ideal for entry level positions interviews and graduate studies, specializing in options trading arbitrage and options valuation models.
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<blockquote data-quote="Andy Nguyen" data-source="post: 28056" data-attributes="member: 1"><p>Just curious about our members.</p><p>Does any of you guys, besides having a full-time job as a quant/developer/student/etc, run/own any side business as a hobby/second income source?</p><p></p><p>I would imagine something like a consulting gig, free-lancing business somewhere. Love to hear about entrepreneurial side of Quantnet members here.</p></blockquote><p></p>
[QUOTE="Andy Nguyen, post: 28056, member: 1"] Just curious about our members. Does any of you guys, besides having a full-time job as a quant/developer/student/etc, run/own any side business as a hobby/second income source? I would imagine something like a consulting gig, free-lancing business somewhere. Love to hear about entrepreneurial side of Quantnet members here. [/QUOTE]