We are looking for a Java Developers to build the following: 1- Card Management System 2- Payment Switch 3- e-wallet - The developer must have a very good experience in payment and card processing sector and worked in such similar projects - THIS IS A MANDATORY REQUIREMENT: The developer must have experience with JPOS / JCARD framework and good understanding core banking / payments iso 8583.
the game is about a car that moves left and right on a straight road avoiding other cars on the way. the game should start with a register/sign-in page which then takes you home screen which includes all the requirements in the attached file. PLEASE FOLLOW WHAT IS WRITTEN IN THE ATTACHED FILE AND INCLUDE EVERYTHING IN IT
want to add following to my existing java application. 1. replaceOrder request for orders that are not filled on next event, order needs to be modified to new price (close + 2*brickSize and new order_size(order_size -partial fill_size) Reference code: 2. Filled orders create secondary orders i.e. stepped Trailing Stop Orders (Trigger, step), As the price moves up the SL keeps going up in steps and when price reverses by trigger value, the limit SL order is filled). The replace order function will also be used to modify the SL order) reference code: You can use OpenAI Playground for the code development.
Round Table Games recently hired you as an intern, and they would like a revamp of their inaugural game, Knight Fight, with a new version Knights of Legend. While they have hired a software architect to design the layout of the game, your job is to implement it in its entirety as text based adventure game. The software architect has provided you with the following resources: Knight Fight - UML Diagram Knight Fight - Java Documentation You should familiarize yourself with the UML. Anything in the UML specification is viable for testing/grading. Not all private variables and methods are listed, but some are to help you out. (+ == public, # == protected). You will need to have private variables, and feel free to implement as many private helper methods as you need (we had many). Once you...