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    How to Code cTrader Telegram Alerts
    This article will explain how you can add Telegram alerts into your existing or new automated trading system for the cTrader trading platform using Microsoft Visual Studio & the C# programming language.
    cTrader cBot & Indicator Licensing
    This article will show how a developer can licensing their cTrader cBots & Indicators to protect against software piracy in order to create maximum profit.
    How to Protect Your cBot Source Code
    If you have just spent many days or even months creating a product that you wish to sell or even share then you may not want the average coder from stealing your hard work.
    cTrader Stack Exchange Programming Community
    We are in the process are creating a programming community for the cTrader trading platform on Stack Exchange, the site is currently living in Area 51 which is the staging site.
    cTrader Microsoft C# & Machine Learning Tutorial
    New to Microsoft C# and don't know where to start? This little introduction will help you find the information you need to get started to create your own cTrader cBots.
    Client Plugin for cTrader News Release Manager

    This client module will simplify integrating the News Release Manager into your own trading robot, with just a few lines of code you can now pause trading before, during and after a major news event.

    How To Code Your Own EA's, Robots & cBots

    Watch our YouTube channel for free educational material on how to start from scratch and create your own automated trading robot, EA or cBot, each video is in English and explains how to use cTrader, cAlgo and Microsoft Visual Studio with C#.

    How To Code a Breakeven With cTrader
    This blog will help you easily code a Breakeven stop loss to your existing automated strategy or cBot using cTrader's cAlgo, C# and Microsoft Visual Studio. Our Algo training school will help you code your own robots. Watch this video and even if you have very little programming experience you should be able to add your own trailing stop to an existing robot.
    How To Code a Trailing Stop With cTrader
    This blog will help you easily code a trailing stop to your existing automated strategy or cBot using cTrader's cAlgo, C# and Microsoft Visual Studio. Our Algo training school will help you code your own robots.
    F# Could be Gaining Ground in Many Investment Banks

    F# is a functional programming language that allows you to write simple code for complex problems. Currently, it is most commonly used in the financial sector. Quantitative finance makes heavy use of mathematics to model various parts of finance in the real world. 

    How to Debug a cTrader cBot
    Learn how to debug your cTrader algorithmic trading robot using Visual Studio 2015 and Microsoft C#.
    Code Snippets with Visual Studio 2015 and cTrader

    Do you ever find yourself writing the same piece of code over and over and you keep saying to yourself that I really need to do something about it.

    C# Coding Standards for Algorithmic Trading Development
    Writing robust quality code for algorithmic trading software development is just as important as any other mission critical system due to the financial risk that is involved. Good quality and well written code reduces the risk of potential bugs in the system that could cause some serious loss of money.
    Visual Studio 2017 for Algorithmic Development

    This is a quick overview of the new key features that the latest version of Visual Studio 2017.

    How To Build an Algorithmic Trading Strategy
    If you are reading this, then you are interested in creating an Algorithmic Trading Strategy that will automatically open and close trades and manage your risk even while you sleep at night.
    How-To Use Visual Studio 2015 with cTrader

    Currently Spotware who developed the cTrader and cAlgo trading platform only support Visual Studio 2013 with an extension for integrating the IDE with their API, but by simply modifying the VSExtension.vsix file you can also use Visual Studio 2015.

    To get it to work you just download the ready-made...