Python API for Trading Course Available via Udemy


Attention Udemy users! Expand your algo trading and data science skills with our Python API for Trading, which is an online course available via Udemy.

Join over 7,000 students and complete the course in just 90 minutes!

Follow these three steps to get started today:

  1. Visit Udemy and add the course to your queue.
  2. Be sure that your Windows, Linux, or Mac OSX computer is equipped with a Python GUI and Python 3.3 or higher installed.
  3. Watch the interactive tutorials and learn how to use IBKR API for algo trading with Python.

Users not familiar with socket programming and multiple thread concepts might want to try an Introduction to Python course first.

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