Coding for Finance

C# for Numerical Analysis in Applied Finance

C# for Numerical Analysis in Applied Finance

Presented by: Matthew Fried
A basic introduction to C# and programming that progresses through to more advanced techniques.
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This course will teach the student the full gamut of C#. It is a basic introduction to C# and programming and progresses through advanced techniques as well. The student will have a plethora of examples, although, the focus will be to go through financial modeling (specifically, numerical analysis) and learn how to code such examples efficiently in C#.

What you’ll learn.

  • Students will learn C# and Financial Modeling
  • An in-depth approach to various models
  • Generics, LINQ, SQL and more
  • Options: Binomial Tree, BSM, and Monte Carlo
  • Portfolio Optimization
  • Design Patterns

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Matthew Fried teaches full time. He is an educational professional who has many years experience in guiding students to reach their full potential. He has taught computers, networking, math, and finance for nearly a decade. He has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in each subject. He has developed student-centric platforms and feels very strongly that every student can accomplish their goals.

He is full time in Lander College and a Lecturer in SUNY Farmingdale. He teaches courses in programming and derivatives in Queens College and University of Connecticut. He regularly teaches C++, C#, Python, Networking,

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