You will submit your auto-trader by uploading it to a GIT repository that we create for you. Details about your GIT repository will be sent to you when the competition starts. To submit your auto-trader you’ll need to do two things: first, commit your auto-trader to your clone of the master branch of the GIT repository and second push your changes to the master branch to the GIT repository we created for you. For more information about GIT, please see https://git-scm.com.
If you’ve written your auto-trader in Python, you should submit one file, and one file only, called “autotrader.py”. If you’ve written your auto-trader in C++ you should submit exactly two files, called “autotrader.h” and “autotrader.cc”. Note that the filenames consist of lowercase letters and dots only. Any other files will be ignored. Do not place the files in a folder.
We encourage you to submit your auto-trader early and you may update your auto-trader as often as you like. The most recent file(s) in the master branch of your repository at the submission deadline for each tournament will constitute your entry to that tournament.