Blockchain Ethereum Training: Hands-on Development Boot Camp

Blockchain Ethereum Training: Hands-on Development Boot Camp

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Blockchain Ethereum Training: Hands-on Development Bootcamp

Learn the components of Ethereum and how to setup an Ethereum public network. This Blockchain Ethereum Training: Hands-on Development Boot Camp course will introduce you to Solidity and how to build a basic app and develop smart contracts through extensive hands-on labs.

With Blockchain Ethereum Training: Hands-on Development Boot Camp, you’ll also review web3 and the Truffle framework before linking everything together by building a full web project with Ethereum.

This Blockchain Ethereum Training: Hands-on Development Boot Camp course has been meticulously put together and is taught by world-class subject matter experts. Our experts will walk you through deep dive topic, such as steps to integrate/develop an application with Ethereum. There are use cases, proof of concepts, as well as interactive hands-on labs.

Duration: 3 days

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Audience / Target Group:

The target audience for this Blockchain Ethereum Training: Hands-on Development Boot Camp course is defined here:

» This Blockchain Ethereum Training course is designed for experienced programmers and developers who want a comprehensive deep dive in writing smart contracts and building applications that interact with them.

Prerequisites:

This Blockchain Ethereum Training: Hands-on Development Boot Camp course is highly technical and requires students to be comfortable with coding. To prepare for the class you must:

» Provide your own computer (Mac/PC/Linux) (labs are hosted in a virtual environment)
» Basic programming skills of C/C++ or JavaScript

Objectives:

Upon completing this Blockchain Ethereum Training: Hands-on Development Boot Camp course, learners will be able to meet these objectives:

» Blockchain basics and the types of Blockchain’s
» The major components of the Ethereum Blockchain
» The Ethereum programing language, Solidity
» Smart contracts
» Development of DApp

Blockchain Ethereum Training: Hands-on Development Boot Camp – Course Syllabus:

What is Blockchain?

A record of keeping systems
Trust
Decentralization
Trustless environment

How does Blockchain work?

Announcements
Blocks
Nodes
Chaining
Verification
Consensus
Scalability
Privacy
Crypto hashing
Digital fingerprinting
PoW versus PoS

Blockchain Types

Public versus private
Open versus closed
Smart contracts
Blockchain as history
Tokens/coins
Gas

How is Blockchain different from what we have today?

Decentralization
Peer-to-peer architecture
Software versus firmware
Database versus Blockchain
Distributed database or other technology?
Data sovereignty
Group consensus

Blockchain Use Cases

Use case examples
–Currency
–Banking
–Voting
–Medical records
–Supply chain/value chain
–Content distribution
–Verification of software updates
–Law enforcement
–Title and ownership records
–Social media and online credibility
–Fractional asset ownership
–Cable television billing
–High fault tolerance
–DDoS-proof
Public or private Blockchain?
Who are the participants?

What does a Blockchain app look like?

DApp
Resembles typical full stack web application
Any internal state changes and all transactions are written to the Blockchain
Node.js
IDE
Public Blockchain visibility
Private Blockchain solutions
Oracles

How do I design a Blockchain app?

What does the solution need to let users do?
Will the proposed solution reduce or remove the problems and pain points felt by users?
What should this solution prevent users from doing?
Do you need a solution ready for heavy use on day 1?
Is your solution idea enhanced by the use of Blockchain?
Does the use of Blockchain create a better end-user experience and how?
Has your business developed custom software solutions before?
What level of support are you going to need?
How big is the developer community?
Does your vision of the future align with the project or platform’s vision of the future?
Does the platform aim to make new and significant contributions to the development space, or is it an efficiency/cost play?
Should the solution be a public or private Blockchain?
Should the solution be an open or closed Blockchain?
Create a plan for contract updates and changes
Hybrid solutions
Monetary exchanges?

How do I develop a Blockchain app?

Agile approach pre-release
Define guiding principles up front
Software versus firmware
Announcements, not transactions!
Classes, not contracts
Link contracts to share functions
Use calling contracts to keep contract addresses the same
Hyperledger versus Ethereum
Consider the number of users and number of transactions per user
Should a blockless solution be applied?
Performance
Security
Anonymity
Monolithic versus modular
Sandwich complexity model

How do I test a Blockchain app?

Recommendations
Security
Networks (Ethereum)

Instructor

Michael McCarthy is an Instructor at Harvard Extension School teaching Blockchain Innovation as well as a Blockchain consultant. Michael’s blockchain clients span the globe from the U.S. to China. He has used Blockchain for clients to enhance supply chain movement of goods from Pakistan to Europe. Michael has helped Chinese clients create an ICO (Initial Coin Offering) to pay US Instructors teaching Chinese students online through an education portal while staying compliant with Chinese asset transfer laws. Currently, Michael is creating a biometric ID system with MIT to help refugees leave refugee camps faster by bringing their verified credentials to the blockchain. As a serial entrepreneur with 6 companies in his portfolio Michael enjoys variety and crossing technology solutions across industries to add value quickly and efficiently.

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