Introduction to the Course
The Quantitative Developer Certificate (QDC)
The objective of the course is to develop fundamental skills of quantitative developer role. The course is of an introductory level and does not require programming experience. The course is designed by practitioners from quantitative finance with experience in model development for derivative pricing and systematic trading. The primary coding languages of the course are Python and C++. As it is essential in finance to work with time series data we introduce database KDB and the language q, which are the leading solutions for storing the timeseries.
The course consists of 5 Modules:
- Python for Finance, C++ fundamentals and use cases from quantitative finance
- Data Structures and Algorithms in C++
- Databases in finance – KDB
- Design of systematic trading platforms
- Throughout the course sample test questions from quant interviews will be provided
Six Month Qualification
22 lecture weeks live in London or globally online.
10-12 hours per week. 2 – 3 hours lectures.
5 Module Tests and Final Examination
Throughout the course sample test questions from quant interviews will be provided.
The Thalesians are a group of dedicated professionals with an interest in Artificial Intelligence (AI) / Machine Learning (ML), quantitative finance, economics, mathematics, physics and computer science, not necessarily in that order.
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