Blockchain Training Courses

Blockchain Training

Nobleprog provides excellent set of programs and sessions for startups and corporates to understand how they can start implementing and using blockchain for their benefits, with different use cases that are specific to developers, or fiscal entities or simply entrepreneurs and product managers based on the type of request. Here are some of the blockchain courses being offered at NobleProg.

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Blockchain Development: From Ethereum to Hyperledger

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Code Name Duration Overview
sawtooth Blockchain: Hyperledger Sawtooth for Enterprise Distributed Ledgers 14 hours Hyperledger Sawtooth is a highly modular, open-source platform for building, deploying, and running distributed ledgers. It uses a consensus mechanism known as "Proof of Elapsed Time," a lottery-design consensus protocol that builds on trusted execution environments. Sawtooth is contributed by Intel. In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn how to create blockchain application using Sawtooth. By the end of this training, participants will be able to: Use Sawtooth to build, deploy, and run enterprise distributed ledgers Understand key concepts such as transaction-based updates, shared state, and consensus algorithms Use the Sawtooth blockchain network for applications ranging from international remittance, insurance claim processing, supply chain management and the Internet of Things (IoT) Audience Developers Format of the course Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice Introduction Getting Started with Hyperledger Sawtooth Setting up a Hyperledger Network Creating a Sawtooth application Closing remarks
burrow Blockchain: Hyperledger Burrow - Client 7 hours Hyperledger Burrow is a blockchain client (node) that includes a built-to-specification Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM). EVM is the Ethereum smart contract interpreter. In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn how to setup, configure and sync a Burrow client to a blockchain network. By the end of this training, participants will be able to: Install and configure Burrow to sync to a network through a javascript api, HTTP or websocket Understand Burrow's architecture and components, including the consensus engine, the permissioned Ethereum virtual machine and the rpc gateway Execute Ethereum smart contract code on a permissioned virtual machine Audience Developers Format of the course Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice To request a customized course outline for this training, please contact us.
composer Blockchain: Hyperledger Composer for Building a Network 21 hours Hyperledger Composer is a set of collaboration tools for building blockchain business networks. Composer is built with JavaScript and leverages node.js, npm, CLI and popular editors. In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn how to build Blockchain business network and demo application using Composer. By the end of this training, participants will be able to: Simplify the creation of smart contracts and blockchain applications Test devops processes by developing in a protected, risk-free environment before deploying Use Composer's purpose-built modeling language together with JavaScript to script transactions Implement a development process that aligns business requirements with development Develop production-ready browser-based blockchain applications in hours instead of weeks Integrate a blockchain network with existing systems Audience Developers Format of the course Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice Introduction Defining assets, business rules, and participants Identity and access control Modeling reusable, core components Leveraging the Business Network Archive packages Generating JavaScript and REST APIs Developing and testing a network on Composer Playground Deploying a network to a live Hyperledger Fabric blockchain Integration of blockchain network with other systems Creating and test application on the blockchain Troubleshooting Closing remarks
hyperledger1 Blockchain: Hyperledger Fabric 14 hours This course has been designed for developers and project managers who would like to experiment with Blockchain in their products and projects. The course gives a basic know how on how to setup your own blockchain application using Hyperledger Fabric. Getting Started with Hyperledger Fabric Brief Background and Introduction Installations Binary and Docker Images Hyperledger Fabrics Samples Setting up a Hyperledger Network Installations Network Artifacts Bringing Network Up or Down Crypto Generator and Configuration Transaction Starting the Network Environment Variables Channels and Chaincode Query and Invokes Docker Logs Chaincode Logs Your First Application Setting up a Test Network Network-Application Interactions Playing with Ledger Quering Updates and Modifications Conclusion
solidity Solidity: Introduction to Blockchain Programming 14 hours Solidity is a contract-oriented programming language for writing and implementing smart contracts on blockchain platforms such as Ethereum. It is based on ECMAScript syntax, making it a familiar choice for web developers. In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn how to write a smart contract using Solidity. By the end of this training, participants will be able to: Create applications that implement self-enforcing business logic (applicable to smart contracts) Implement code that leaves a non-repudiable and authoritative record of all transactions Develop Ethereum based executable distributed code contracts (EDCC) Understand the basic and advanced features of Solidity and Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) Audience Developers Format of the course Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice Introduction Overview of Smart Contracts Case Study: Smart contracts and their life cycle Setting up the development environment Setting up Ethereum Wallet Writing your first smart contract Overview of Solidity Data types Control structures Functions Inheritance Mathematical operations Building the application Testing the application Deploying the application Troubleshooting Closing remarks
hyperledgerbluemix Hyperledger Fabric for Beginners 7 hours This course has been designed for developers and project managers who would like to experiment with Blockchain in their products and projects. The course gives a basic know how on how to setup your own blockchain network using IBM Bluemix. Introduction to Blockchain Brief Background and Introduction Private Blockchain Networks(Permissioned Blockchain) Use Cases Getting Started with Hyperledger Fabric Brief Background and Introduction Hyperledger Architecture Installations Overview Hyperledger Fabrics Samples Use cases of permissioned Blockchain IBM Bluemix for Blockchain as a service Brief Background and Introduction Creating your Developer Account on Bluemix Settting up your first Blockchain on IBM Bluemix Smart Contracts How rules work Brief Introduction Writing your first smart contract Conclusion
daap Blockchain: Launch your first Dapp 7 hours Dapp refers to a decentralized application on the blockchain. They are based on a token-economy and utilize a block chain to incentivize development and adoption. Bitcoin was the first Dapp ever released; other examples include Ethereum-based Dapps such as Golem, Augur and Melonport. In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn how to assess, plan and release their own Dapp into the market. By the end of this training, participants will be able to: Understand the characteristics of a Dapp (open source, decentralized, incentivized) Understand the characteristics of successful Dapp launches Kickstart, launch and manage a Dapp project Audience Developers Product teams wishing to launch a Dapp Format of the course Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice Introduction Blockchain - a primer Daap launch case studies Assessing a Dapp's unique advantage Assessing the market Writing a whitepaper Garnering a following Preparing a token sale Developing the product ICOs (initial coin offerings) Managing and securing tokens Managing the Daap lifecycle Project exit plans Closing remarks
blockchaindevcomplete Blockchain Development: From Ethereum to Hyperledger 21 hours This course has been designed for developers and project managers who would like to experiment with Blockchain in their products and projects. The course gives a basic know how on how to setup your private blockchain environment and throws light on some of the existing frameworks. By the end, this course gives a basic know how on how to setup your own blockchain application using Hyperledger Fabric. Introduction to Blockchain History and Background Companies using Blockchain Introdution to Bitcoin, Ethereum and Hyperledger Centralized v/s Decentralized v/s Distributed Networks Real Time Challenges Blockchain Use Cases Payment systems Cryptocurrencies (Bitcons Ledger) Royalty collection Management of copyrights Insurance Development Private Ethereum Network Smart contracts (e.g. Ethereum)  dApps Hyperledger(Hyperledger Fabric) Concepts from Bitcoins Hashing and Dual Key Encryption Proof of Work Merkle Tree CPU v/s GPU mining Consensus Blockchain for Development Ethereum Virtual Machine Introdution to Solidty Usage of Solidity IDE Setting up your first private Ethereum Network go-ethereum Genesis File Solc Compiler Remix IDE Connecting Nodes to Network Greeter Web3 Framework Getting Started with Hyperledger Fabric Brief Background and Introduction Installations Binary and Docker Images Hyperledger Fabrics Samples Setting up a Hyperledger Network Installations Network Artifacts Bringing Network Up or Down Crypto Generator and Configuration Transaction Starting the Network Environment Variables Channels and Chaincode Query and Invokes Docker Logs Chaincode Logs Your First Application Setting up a Test Network Network-Application Interactions Playing with Ledger Quering Updates and Modifications Conclusion
blockchainenm Blockchain for Entrepeneurs and Managers 14 hours Target Audience Investors and entrepreneurs Managers and Engineers whose company is venturing into finance/commerce space Business Analysts & Investors Individuals interested in the in-depth concepts of Bitcoin Quick Overview Blockchain history Decentralization Openness Theoretical background Introduction to Bitcoin  History of Bitcoin Bitcoin security Bitcoin pricing and volatility Bitcoin general usage, tradining and online exchange Introduction To Blockchain Transactions storage on Blockchain Bitcoin mining Blockchains: Permissioned and Permissionless Side chains Blockchain Usage Payment systems Cryptocurrencies (Bitcons Ledger) Royalty collection Management of copyrights Insurance Development Private Ethereum Network Smart contracts (e.g. Ethereum)  dApps Hyperledger(Hyperledger Fabric) Bitcoin Security Bitcoin pseudo-anonymity Security Measures Wallet Back Up and Restore Mining and Transactions Digital Assets Distributed Ledgers Byzantine Generals' Problem Networks and Nodes Cryptography Proof and Distributed Consensus Pools and Scripting Bitcoin Scalability and Limitations Transaction volumes and block sizes Mining pools and centralisation Centralised vs. Decentralised Blockchains Centralised blockchain case studies using Ripple and Corda Decentralised blockchain using Ethereum and Hyperledger Conclusion Bitcoin for remittances in emerging economies Digital currencies and financial institutions Digital currencies and innovation Alternatives to Bitcoin and the Blockchain  
multichain MultiChain: Set Up a Private Blockchain 14 hours MultiChain is an open-source platform for building private blockchain applications. It aims to remove perceived problems associated with bitcoin by limitting the visibility of the ledger and allowing institutions to set controls on transactions as well as forego distributed mining. In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn how to use MultiChain to set up a private blockchain and develope a sample application. By the end of this training, participants will be able to: Install and use the tools needed for MultiChain development Create, connect, configure and use their own private Blockchain Create an initial node, start the genesis block, and enable private mining using other nodes in the network Transact native assets, enable and control mining, and install MultiChain Explorer and webDemo Use API commands to control MultiChain and handle error codes and messages Customize the runtime parameters that affect the behavior of individual nodes Create a consensual governance model for the blockchain Install and use popular bitcoin wallets and libraries for connecting to a MultiChain blockchain Audience Developers Format of the course Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice Notes This course can be offered on AWS, Microsoft Azure or other services. To request a specific environment, please contact us to arrange. To request a customized course outline for this training, please contact us.
blockchainusecase Blockchain Use Cases for Entrepeneurs and Managers 8 hours Blockchain is a technology for building decentralized systems. Blockchain network is a decentralized and distributed digital ledger that records transactions across many computers in such a way that the registered transactions cannot be altered retroactively. This This course introduces Blockchain and its use-cases to the delegates so that they can understand the various applications and choose the respective domain wisely for their future products and verticals. Target Audience Investors and entrepreneurs Managers and Engineers whose company is venturing into finance/commerce space Business Analysts & Product Owners Individuals interested in the in-depth concepts of Bitcoin The course does not dive into depths of technicalities and hands on. Introduction To Blockchain Blockchain history Decentralization Openness Transactions storage on Blockchain Bitcoin mining Blockchains: Permissioned and Permissionless Side chains Blockchain Use Cases Payment systems Cryptocurrencies (Bitcons Ledger) Royalty collection Management of copyrights Insurance Development Private Ethereum Network Smart contracts (e.g. Ethereum)  dApps Hyperledger(Hyperledger Fabric) Concepts around Mining and Transactions Distributed Ledgers Byzantine Generals' Problem Networks and Nodes Cryptography Proof and Distributed Consensus Pools and Scripting Centralised vs. Decentralised Blockchains Centralised blockchain case studies using Ripple and Corda Decentralised blockchain using Ethereum and Hyperledger Conclusion
interledger Interledger: Route payments across different blockchains 7 hours Interledger is an open protocol for connecting different payment networks. In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn how to use Interledger to enable payments and micropayments across different blockchains and ledgers. By the end of this training, participants will be able to: Understand Interledger's architecture and networking layers Route secure payments through untrusted connectors Connect blockchains, send multi-currency micropayments, and upgrade bank-to-bank transfers Audience Technical persons interesting in transacting across different payment systems Format of the course Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and hands-on practice To request a customized course outline for this training, please contact us.  
blockchainfisc Blockchain for Financial Bodies 14 hours Target Audience Managers and Engineers whose company is venturing into finance/commerce space Business Analysts & Investors Introduction To Blockchain Transactions storage on Blockchain Side chains History of Bitcoin Bitcoin mining Bitcoin general usage, trading and online exchange Blockchain Usage Payment systems Cryptocurrencies (Bitcons Ledger) Royalty collection Bitcoin Security Bitcoin pseudo-anonymity Security Measures Wallet Back Up and Restore Mining and Transactions Digital Assets Distributed Ledgers Networks and Nodes Cryptography Proof and Distributed Consensus Pools and Scripting Bitcoin Scalability and Limitations Transaction volumes and block sizes Mining pools and centralisation Centralised vs. Decentralised Blockchains Centralised blockchain Decentralised blockchain Use Cases and Opportunities for Financial Institutions Domestic payments and Micro-transactions Cross-border payments, clearing and settlement Coloured coins and digital asset ownership Time-stamped records Proof of ownership Trade of financial assets Capital markets Smart contracts and assets Digital identity Conclusion Bitcoin for remittances in emerging economies Digital currencies and financial institutions
blockchain Blockchain - Theory and Practice 7 hours This course explains what a blockchain is, where it is currently in use and where it can be potentially used. Quick Overview Blockchain history Decentralization Openness Theoretical background Usage Payment systems Cryptocurrencies (Bitcons Ledger) Royalty collection Management of copyrights Smart contracts (e.g. Ethereum) Insurance Other Altchains
ripple Ripple: Enabling Blockchain Transactions for Financial Companies 14 hours Ripple is an open-source, real-time gross settlement system (RTGS), currency exchange and remittance network. It is based on a shared, public database (ledger) that allows for distributed payments, exchanges and remittances. Ripple is used by companies such as UniCredit, UBS and Santander. In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn how to use Ripple to securely conduct global financial transactions that are instant and free of chargebacks. By the end of this training, participants will be able to: Understand the concepts behind cryptographically signed transactions, fiat currencies, and Ripple's internal currency (XRP). Integrate the Ripple protocol into existing systems and allow customers to access the service Conduct cross-border payments with customers, corporations, and other banks Use tokens to represent fiat currency, cryptocurrency, commodity, frequent flier miles, mobile minutes and more. Audience Developers Technical persons in the banking and financial industry Format of the course Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice Introduction     Real world use cases: banks, global payments, and digital exchange Overview of bank-to-bank transfers Overview of Blockchain and cryptocurreny Ripple architectural overview Developer tools for building Ripple solutions The Ripple gateway Listing XRP as an exchange Multi-Signing Issuing and operational addresses Payment Channels Set up a rippled instance Submitting transactions XRP Escrow Integrating the Ripple payment system with third-party projects Ripple APIs: Rest, RCP, Websocket, and JSON Creating and launching a third-party app Joining and contributing to the Ripple community Closing remarks
codius Codius: Setting up a Host System 7 hours Codius is an open hosting protocol for uploading high-security, financial applications. In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn how to set up a Codius peer-to-peer network host. By the end of this training, participants will be able to: Understand and work with Codius's major components (Sandbox, Engine, Host, and CLI) Deploy Codius on a physical server over cloud hosting Understand how Codius implements smart contracts and ensures code integrity Implement Bitcoin, Ripple, and other billing modules as application payment methods Audience Developers Format of the course Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice To request a customized course outline for this training, please contact us.
rippleforfinmgrs Ripple for Financial Managers 7 hours Ripple (formally known as OpenCoin) is an open-source, real-time gross settlement system (RTGS), currency exchange and remittance network. It is based on a shared, public database (ledger) that allows for distributed payments, exchanges and remittances. Ripple is used by companies such as UniCredit, UBS and Santander. In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn how Ripple works by examining real-world case studies and stepping through set of in-class live transactions on the Blockchain. By the end of this training, participants will be able to: Understand how Ripple integrates into existing payment systems Understand the concepts behind cryptographically signed transactions, fiat currencies, and Ripple's internal currency (XRP). Use Ripple as an alternative remittance option Conduct cross-border payments with retail customers, corporations, and other banks Use tokens to represent fiat currency, cryptocurrency, commodity, frequent flier miles, mobile minutes and more. Audience Financial managers Bank managers Credit card company representatives Format of the course Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice Introduction     Real world use cases: banks, global payments, and digital exchange Overview of bank-to-bank transfers Overview of Blockchain and cryptocurreny Ripple architecture and workflow Case study: Ripple as an alternative remittance option Fiat currencies and Ripple's XRP Case study: Targeting Visa and Swift Rippling rules Catalog of payments Cross currency payments Gateways and transfer fees Buying Ripple currency (XRP) Making a payment Investing in Ripple Closing remarks
eris Monax: Build a Smart Contract Application 7 hours Monax (previously known as Eris) is an application platform that sits in the between a blockchain client and the operating system. It serves as an application layer for distributed ledger and blockchain applications. In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn how to build a smart contract blockchain application with Monax. By the end of this training, participants will be able to: Develop and deploy a distributed application using blockchain and smart contract technology Understand design and functionality of 'smart contracts' and how to create one Audience Developers Format of the course Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice To request a customized course outline for this training, please contact us.
ripplefordevelopers Ripple for Developers 14 hours Ripple is an open-source, real-time gross settlement system (RTGS), currency exchange and remittance network. It is based on a shared, public database (ledger) that allows for distributed payments, exchanges and remittances. Ripple is used by companies such as UniCredit, UBS and Santander. In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn how to develop a service for conducting transactions on top of the Ripple payment system. By the end of this training, participants will be able to: Understand the concepts behind cryptographically signed transactions, fiat currencies, and Ripple's internal currency (XRP). Integrate the Ripple protocol into existing systems and access it with third party services Use tokens to represent fiat currency, cryptocurrency, commodity, frequent flier miles, mobile minutes and more. Audience Developers Format of the course Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice Introduction     Real world use cases: banks, global payments, and digital exchange Overview of bank-to-bank transfers Overview of Blockchain and cryptocurrency Ripple architectural overview Developer tools for building a Ripple solution The Ripple gateway Listing XRP as an exchange Multi-Signing Issuing and operational addresses Payment Channels Set up a rippled instance Submitting transactions XRP Escrow Integrating the Ripple payment system with third-party projects Ripple APIs: Rest, RCP, Websocket, and JSON Developing a Ripple application Launching a Ripple application Joining and contributing to the Ripple community Closing remarks
chaincore Chain Core: Issue Financial Assets on Permissioned Blockchain Infrastructure 7 hours Chain Core is an open-source platform written in Go that allows finance companies to operate a Blockchain network or connect to other networks for the purpose of transferring financial assets over the Blockchain. In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn the core principles behind Blockchain and the distributed ledger as they build a prototype Blockchain network using Chain Core Developer Edition. By the end of this training, participants will be able to: Operate and participate in a permissioned blockchain network Understand Chain Core's key concepts, including its cryptographically-secured multi-asset shared ledger Issue digital assets directly to custodians, who can then transfer them to each other in real time with no transactional intermediary Issue digital assets that represent units of value such as currencies, bonds, securities, IOUs, or loyalty points Is Chain's high-level language, Ivy, and Ivy Playground, to express contracts that protect value on a blockchain. Audience Developers Format of the course Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice To request a customized course outline for this training, please contact us.
blockchaindev Blockchain for Developers 14 hours This course has been designed for developers and project managers who would like to experiment with Blockchain in their products and projects. The course gives a basic know how on how to setup your private blockchain environment and throws light on some of the existing frameworks. Introduction to Blockchain History and Background Companies using Blockchain Introdution to Bitcoin, Ethereum and Hyperledger Centralized v/s Decentralized v/s Distributed Networks Real Time Challenges Bitcoin and Why are they Important History and Background Characteristics Transactions Mining Hashing and Dual Key Encryption Proof of Work Merkle Tree CPU v/s GPU mining Consensus Ethereum Brief Background Technologies Behind Smart Contracts DAO Ether - The upcoming cryptocurrency Blockchain for Development Ethereum Virtual Machine Introdution to Solidty Usage of Solidity IDE Setting up your first private Ethereum Network go-ethereum Genesis File Solc Compiler Remix IDE Connecting Nodes to Network Greeter Web3 Framework Conclusion
corda Corda: Distributed Ledger for Financial Companies 14 hours Corda is an open-source, financial-grade distributed ledger that operates in strict privacy in an open, global network. It is aimed at large, financial institutions and is designed to handle complex transactions, while restricting access to transaction data. Although it similar to a blockchain, it is not a blockchain. In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn the underlying technologies behind Corda as they build and deploy a Corda based application. By the end of this training, participants will be able to: Use Corda to build, deploy, and run a distributed ledger and financial application Use Corda to record, manage and automate legal agreements between business partners Implement privacy and scalability in decentralised applications Audience Developers Format of the course Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice Introduction Getting Started with Corda Setting up a Corda Network Creating an Corda based application Closing remarks
blockchaintelecom Blockchain for Telecom 7 hours Blockchain is a technology for building decentralized systems. For Telecom providers, this technology could open the door for improved service offerings in areas such as billing and fraud detection, to name just two. In this course we examine the core principles behind Blockchain technology and gain an understanding of its overall architecture and functionality. Throughout the course, we examine Blockchain technology's specific applications within the Telecom industry. Scenarios include security, payment systems, and user verification. Audience     Business and technical managers in the Telecom industry Format of the course     Part lecture, part discussion, hands-on exercises Introduction     Beyond Bitcoin: Blockchain technology as a breakthrough across all industries     The looming challenge that all Telecoms face Overview of the Blockchain landscape     History and Background     Companies using Blockchain Blockchain usage     Payment systems     Cryptocurrencies     Royalty collection Cryptocurrency security     Bitcoin pseudo-anonymity     Security measures     Wallet backup and restore Mining and transactions     Digital assets     Distributed ledgers     Networks and nodes     Cryptography     Proof and distributed consensus     Pools and scripting Centralised vs. decentralised blockchains     Centralised blockchain     Decentralised blockchain Use cases and opportunities for Telecom providers     Verification of outgoing calls         Identity-as-a-Service     Fraud detection and prevention         Roaming and in-subscription identity management         Smart contracts         Transparency of transactions     Secure IoT connectivity         Ensuring communication between IoT devices     Enabling of 5G         Handling heterogeneous access nodes and diverse access mechanisms     Ensuring the integrity of the network         Enabling selection mechanisms for new access technology     Payment methods         Cryptocurrencies     New competitors on the Telecom horizon Closing remarks     The future of Blockchain and Telecom  
indy Blockchain: Hyperledger Indy for Identity Management 14 hours Indy is a Hyperledger project for creating decentralized identity systems. It includes tools, libraries, and reusable components for creating digital identities rooted in blockchains or other distributed ledgers. In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn how to create an Indy-based decentralized identity system. By the end of this training, participants will be able to: Create and manage decentralized, self-sovereign identities using distributed ledgers Enable interoperability of digital identities across domains, applications, and silos Understand key concepts such as user-controlled exchange, revocation, Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs), off-ledger agents, data minimization, etc. Use Indy to enable identity owners to independently control their personal data and relationships Audience Developers Format of the course Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice Introduction Identity management and self-sovereignty Security, control, and portability Overview of public, permissioned blockchains Creating an Indy based identity management system Controlling permissions Decentralizing permissionsa Testing and deploying Closing remarks
ethereumfordev Ethereum for Developers 35 hours Ethereum is an open-source, public, blockchain-based platform that enables developers to build and deploy decentralized applications. In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn the fundamentals of the Ethereum platform and blockchain programming, as well as strategies for writing, deploying and managing their own distributed applications. By the end of this training, participants will be able to: Create a smart contract based on Ethereum Create an Ethereum currency Optimize development with Truffle Framework Release their first Dapp based into the "token-economy" Launch and crowdfund a blockchain project Audience Developers Format of the course Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice Introduction to Ethereum Smart contracts Ether currency Dapps (decentralized applications) Blockchain infrastructure and principles Secure, decentralized, tamper-proof Understanding cryptography Introduction to blockchain programming Solidity variables Solidity control structure Solidity functions Solidity inheritance Solidity modifiers Proxy contracts Solidity events Development frameworks Truffle Framework Web3 JavaScript API Writing a smart contract Overview of decentralized platforms Ethereum Blockchain App Platform Creating the smart contract instructions Writing the smart contract functions Storing dept registries Deploying the smart contract Ethereum Wallet Holding and securing ether Managing other crypto-assets Creating your own cryptocurrency Overview of tradeable digital token and coin APIs Design the cryptocurrency Issuing the cryptocurrency Kickstarting a blockchain project Initiating a trustless crowdsale Building your own virtual organization DAO (decentralized autonomous organization) Closing remarks
cello Blockchain: Hyperledger Cello for Provisioning Blockchains 14 hours Hyperledger Cello is a blockchain module toolkit for simplifying the creation, management and termination of blockchains. In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn how to set up a Cello based on-demand, BaaS (“Blockchain-a-service”) deployment system. By the end of this training, participants will be able to: Build a Blockchain as a Service (BaaS) platform from the scratch Provision customizable Blockchains such as Hyperledger Fabric Maintain a pool of running blockchain networks on various infrastructures Check the system status, adjust chain numbers, and scale resources through dashboards Audience Developers Format of the course Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice Introduction Set up and configuration     Docker, Swarm, Kubernetes Overview of Cello architecture     Orchestration engine, dashboard, Restful server, drivers, tools Managing the lifecycle of blockchains Provisionling a Hyperledger Fabric blockchain Monitoring, logging and analytics Deploying on other infrastructures     Bare-metal, virtual machines, virtual clouds, etc. Troubleshooting Closing remarks
iroha Blockchain: Hyperledger Iroha for Mobile Applications 14 hours Hyperledger Iroha is a business blockchain framework inspired by Hyperledger Fabric. It integrates well into infrastructural projects and features clean, domain-driven C++ design and an emphasis on mobile application development.  It provides a high degree of network fault tolerance based on the chain-based Byzantine Fault Tolerant consensus algorithm (Sumeragi). In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn how to create a mobile blockchain-based application using Iroha. By the end of this training, participants will be able to: Use Iroha to build, deploy, and run a simple distributed ledger and demo mobile application Create and manage custom complex assets (currencies, indivisible rights, serial numbers, patents, etc.) Manage user accounts, verify user permissions, etc. Validate business rules for transactions and queries in the system Audience Developers Format of the course Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice Introduction Getting Started with Hyperledger Iroha Setting up a Hyperledger Network Creating an Iroha based mobile application Closing remarks

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