StockFighter is a free Capture The Flag (CTF) programming challenge that has been created by Thomas, Patrick, and Erin at Starfighter and has been created to test your programming skills.
So if you think your programming skills can handle it jump over to the StockFighter.io website former details and to get your hands-on the new game to test yours.
The development team behind StockFighter explain more :
Lots of people want to play with low-level embedded systems, but don’t have time to buy and set up a hardware development environment. Lots of people want to play with automated trading systems, but don’t have the money to bankroll a prop trading firm. With StockFighter, we’ve solved some of those problems for you.
We give you access to an electronic trading market that mimics exchanges in the real world. You write code to solve a series of challenges in that market.
Stockfighter has two closely related sets of challenges.
Trading levels, where you write code to an HTTP API to execute different trading strategies.
Jailbreak levels, where you manipulate assembly code to gain control over a handheld trading device and use it to compromise the market.
Software security, distributed systems, high-frequency trading, and low-level systems programming are the themes of StockFighter’s challenges. But you don’t need to know anything about any of that to participate; in fact, it’s more fun if you don’t. We’ve been doing programming challenges for years and we expect to be surprised by who clears all the challenges fastest.
For more information on the new StockFighter jump over to the official website for details via the link below.