As our current human civilization is passing through the post-pandemic time and technological advancement, it became inevitable to find new business models and systems in our existing world. The concept of decentralization is the next big thing for the entire world. Therefore, the demand for blockchain architects, developers, engineers, and thinkers are growing exponentially everywhere. In 2020, almost $600 million were invested in many blockchain projects worldwide, which shows a great future and blockchain developers' demands with hands-on experience in public or private blockchain domains. Blockchain application programming is also ranked as the most in-demand development skills in the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, and Australia.
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About This Course
In this comprehensive course, you'll understand the beginner to advance topics of Ethereum blockchain programming and solidity language. You'll learn how to write smart contracts and interact with decentralized or centralized applications. You will also learn how to deploy these applications on the Ethereum main and test network by following common security and recommended patterns. Upon the successful completion of this course, you'll be able to write Defi Applications and DAPPs using Ethereum blockchain network. This course is 100% online. In this specialization track, we will learn in-depth about programming and developing applications on the Ethereum blockchain technology. Using Solidity, NodeJS, and Java languages, we will learn how to interact and use blockchain network and create our smart contracts. In addition to programming, we will discuss Defi, Oraclize, types of Contract, IPFS, DAPPS, MetaMask, Ganache, securing contracts code, patterns, hands-on exercises, mapping business models, thinking about future industries, Ether transactions, and many more exciting things.
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of Web Development
Become Public Blockchain Engineer
Programming in Ethereum (Solidity Programming)
Understanding Public Blockchain
Ethereum Programming Platform
Setup Development Environment
Basics of Solidity Language
Compile and Deploy Your First Contract
Compile and Deploy Contract Using Truffle Framework
Compile and Deploy your Contract Using Truffle with Ganache
Compile and Deploy Contract : Live Testing Network Ropsten and Rinkeby
Compile and Deploy a Contract Using Online IDE Remix
Course 2: Blockchain Regulation, Law and Standards
What you will learn
A solid foundation and understanding of what are DAPPs and Defi Applications. It guarantees you an entry into more complex blockchain solutions. This course sets you on a rewarding career of blockchain developer by teaching you some core concepts such as:
Decentralized business models
Why DAPPs are different as compared to APPs?
The philosophy of decentralized world
Solidity programming basics concepts
Hands-on approach using Solidity
Writing smart contracts
Contract security and patterns
Using centralized apps with blockchain
What skills you will gain
With the highly increasing demand for blockchain developers, the following statistics summarize why today’s software developers must learn blockchain technology, especially the decentralized public blockchain network, which is the gateway of DAPPS and Defi applications. Computerworld estimates that the average income for blockchain developers is between $150,000 - $ 130,000 per year compared to common software developers where the average salary is $105,000 per year. In the Silicon Valley and high tech hubs, blockchain architects and developers' average annual salary is 158 thousand dollars per year. According to Matt Siegelman data, blockchain freelancers charge $ 150 per hour based on their projects and work.
Course Delivery Mode
The training will be delivered online via our alnafi.com portal, which is designed to cater 50 Million Nafi members. The portal has all the key features like: