Read the list, you'll find several on NinjaTrader Programming.
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This particular book is very strong not only on procedural coding but also on object oriented design, which is good to know although not used all that much in most indicators.
This will give the foundation to start making sense of the Ninjatrader Help articles and to start copying and learning from well written indicators by futures.io (formerly BMT) contributors like Fat Tails.
You won't get very far with the beginner information in a Webinar.
Unfortunately most Ninjatrader coding on futures.io (formerly BMT) and elsewhere is very sloppy. There is a thread on futures.io (formerly BMT) about writing efficient C# code but hardly anyone is interested. People tend to copy and immortalize the really bad practices that they see in others' work.
Last edited by Zondor; October 9th, 2012 at 01:18 PM.
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