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Ethereum Blockchain Programming with Solidity

This course has been designed for developers and project managers looking to accelerate their journey from understanding to technical implementation of Blockchain technology.

In this 2-Day course, experienced smart contract engineers will provide you with hands-on instruction, while guiding you through the process of building and deploying a decentralized application, using Solidity and Ethereum.

The Ethereum platform is the most commonly used decentralized blockchain ledger. This platform uses Solidity, which is today’s language of choice for smart contract development.  Solidity is designed to be easy to learn for those who are already familiar with one or more programming languages.

The content of this comprehensive programming course is designed to advance your journey from theory to practice.  Our Ethereum blockchain course is robust, proprietary, unique, and continuously evolving with the newest iterations of Blockchain programming. 

Course Objectives:

Upon completion of this course you will be proficient in developing and deploying smart contracts.

Participants will:

  • Learn how to build a decentralized application from top to bottom using Solidity, JavaScript, the Web3 library, and the Remix IDE 
  • Have a demonstrated knowledge of all functional components, including smart contracts, required to develop an Ethereum DApp.
  • Have an in-depth understanding of how smart contracts are created and implemented on an Ethereum Blockchain.
  • Obtain a proficient understanding of the Ethereum architecture and Solidity language.

Delivery Method:
In-Person, interactive classroom setting.

Intended Audience:

  • Individuals ranging from Software Developers and Engineers to Technologists and Business Professionals with some programming literacy. Node JS is highly recommended
  • Current programmers interested in acquiring Blockchain competencies for building smart contracts.
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