A bot trading hall could be used for any kind of trade, from stock to food to beer.
But that’s just one of the ideas in a new course designed to help beginners get started.
The course is part of the Bot Trading Academy, a collaboration between the University of Maryland and the Delt Trading Hall, a bot and trading company.
“The bot trading space is an incredible opportunity to learn how to get started with bot trading, to become a market maker and entrepreneur, to take your business to the next level,” said Sarah K. Smith, the university’s assistant dean of undergraduate education.
The courses aim to provide a framework for budding bot traders.
The Bot Trading course focuses on the technology and business of bot trading and the role of a bot in the ecosystem.
Topics include how to use bot trading platforms to automate trades, how to make bot trading bots, how much a bot can buy, how many bots it can trade, and how to create bots that are more complex than traditional bots.
“In this course, we will learn about the economics of bot markets and the science of how bot trading works,” Smith said.
“We’ll learn about how bots interact with each other and with human traders, and the importance of using social tools to build and maintain a strong bot ecosystem.”
The course’s website offers a schedule of lectures and tutorials.
The bot trading academy’s online training videos also are available online.
The Delt trading company is an arm of the company that owns the Dlt Trading Hall.
Smith said the bot trading company’s bot trading curriculum will be free to students enrolled in the Bot Training Academy, which has been launched since 2016.
The classes will begin in January.
The university is offering more than 50 undergraduate and graduate courses, which are offered in collaboration with companies and universities.
The online Bot Training program includes the Dolt Trading Academy and Bot Trading Labs.
It is free to the public.
Delt, the company behind the DLT Trading Center in New Jersey, has a number of bot-related courses.
“Bot Trading is the next big thing in bot trading,” said Chris K. Bowers, president and chief operating officer of Delt.
“It’s a very popular and rapidly growing technology.
We see this opportunity to create a whole new business model, one that can really help businesses to grow and thrive.”
Bowers said Delt’s bot training classes will also include the Bot Learning Lab.
The lab, which is a partnership between the university and the company, offers a number, including a “learn to program” course that teaches how to program bot trading software.
In addition, the bot training program will have a bot learning component.
“Students will get a hands-on approach to developing bot trading apps and bots, and learn about bot trading on the Dell Robotics Platform,” Bowers wrote in an email.
“This is the same technology used in the Dilt Trading Center and other bot trading facilities.”
Bower said the program will be held in conjunction with a bot-training course at the University at Buffalo, which recently became the first bot-trading college in the U.S. “As more and more bot trading companies begin to get their hands on this technology, we look forward to being a part of that ecosystem,” he wrote.
“These bot trading schools will be a great learning opportunity for students in both the Bot Taught Academy and the Bot Trained Academy.”
The Bot Learning Labs will be run by the Bot Technology Lab.
Smith noted that the bot learning lab is not affiliated with Delt and Bot Trade Academy.
“Delt and bot trading are both a part-time business,” she said.
Smith added that the university has partnered with other universities to offer Bot Training, which the bot-learning program will support.
The program has not yet been set for launch.