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|Author:||nizar [ Sat May 24, 2008 2:38 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Programming texts|
Im not new to trading, but I have very limited experience in programming.
My aim is to try and build an automated trading system to trade forex. I have been recommended open quant by a fellow trader.
Could somebody please direct me to some useful books to learn the programming languages required (C# and .NET) in order to use open quant effectively?
|Author:||Letharion [ Sat May 24, 2008 4:36 pm ]|
I don't have any books on C#, but a quick google on c# tutorial will give you several examples.
I'd mainly go for the help -> openquant strategy development guide however.
Check out some of the shorter strategies, read their comments, and try to understand what they do and how they do it. A lot of stuff is gonna be explained in that text, cause it's OQ specifics, but also a lot of stuff isn't, cause it's general .NET/C#/Programming knowledge, and that's when I think you should google/open your book.
Your learning style might be different, you do this anyway that suits you ofcourse, but my personal experience is that if your using a guide (on C#) that's not on the right subject (OpenQuant strategies), just related, a lot of stuff you learn isn't really relevant, and even though it might be great to know, currently it's only hindering you.
My 2 cents
|Author:||Acumen [ Sat May 24, 2008 8:32 pm ]|
Iâ€™m partial to the WROX series of programming books. They are huge red soft covers that every chain bookstore should have. Look for "Beginning Visual C# 2008". It runs $50 - $60 which is very reasonable.
Its only $30 on amazon, a bargain.
http://www.amazon.com/Beginning-Microso ... 047019135X
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