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iBULL API: TYPESCRIPT CHALLENGE

ibull api
Implement an API that lets users buy and sell actions on the stock market
About this challenge

iBull is a social trading brokerage company that focuses on providing financial and copy trading services for anyone without much experience on it.

They have to develop a new API to allow them to manage a collection of stock trades of their users. They have a huge number of transactions and their team cannot be in charge of developing this API.

Expertise

Mid/Senior


Framework

Node.js


Profile

Backend


Language

Typescript


Difficulty

Intermediate


Average candidates score

70/100


Completion rate

93%


Users rating 

4/5

Mauro

ABOUT THE CREATOR

Mauro Gómez

Mauro Gómez is the CTO and Co-Founder of Rviewer. Software Engineer with more than 7 years of experience both as a developer and as a researcher in the field.

He has done research in prominent places such as the Barcelona Supercomputing Center, and worked in leading companies such as Adsmurai, as Team Lead and Big Data Developer, or Sabentis, evolving its SaaS platform.

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