So You Want To Be a Wall Street Programmer?
Whether you are about to graduate from college and are looking to enter Wall Street as a programmer, or if you are an experienced developer thinking about transferring domains, this book has all the answers you are looking for - and more.
What can I expect to be doing as a programmer on Wall Street?
How can I find a programming job on Wall Street?
How do I pass a Wall Street interview?
What skills do I need to work as a programmer on Wall Street?
What can I expect from my daily routine?
What kind of salary and bonuses will I receive?
How can I earn more money as a programmer?
Is it better to be a consultant or a full-time employee?
... and more ...
What a great book! I was curious about what it's like to work on Wall Street as a developer -- how much my salary would be, what the working environment would be like, etc -- and you answered all of my questions. Thank you!"
- Jeremy King
"I'm surprised no one has written this kind of book before. The author lays out the many facets of a programming job on Wall Street from the interview right on through to the types of work you can expect to do and the characters you can expect to be doing it with! His wry wit and sense of humor make this a fun book as well as a highly informative one."
- Kenneth Howard
"A brutally honest narrative depicting the Wall Street programming environment with comical anecdotes to match."
- Matt Moye
"Wow, that's a great read! I am having the other folks in our office read it as well."
- Patrick Burke
"Thank you for a great book. It's a very insightful guide."
- Jing Qian
"I was quite happy to find your book. It is very well written."
- Zack Notes
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