Are you interested in becoming one of the few people qualified to build the tech of the future?
Start Programming Smart Contracts on the Ethereum Blockchain!
The topic of Blockchains and Digital Currency has exploded over the past 18 months. As proof the total market cap for cyrptocurrency surpassed $100 billion in July 2017. With global enterprises from Walmart to JP Morgan, IBM, Microsoft and more all getting involved the need for experienced programmers for these veteran and newly minted companies alike is growing at an unfillable rate.
What types of developer positions are out there? Check out this Coindesk article.
Want to get into Ethereum coding but don't know where to start? Learn what a smart contract is, the programming language Solidity, and then write and deploy your first smart contract.
3 hour class learning to write Smart Contracts in Solidity
Programming for this 3-hour class will be on a web-based IDE named Remix, during which you will learn how to code using Solidity, the most popular programming language on Ethereum, the most popular distributed computing platform for developers. Ethereum is unique in that it allows for full programs to reside and run on its blockchain. These programs are often called Smart Contracts and are often a part of Dapps, or distributed applications.
After learning the basics of Solidity, you’ll learn what Smart Contracts are and how to write and deploy your first Smart Contract.
- Introduction to Ethereum and Smart Contracts
- Install and setup Metamask
- Overview of the Remix IDE
- Introduction to Solidity syntax, keywords and expressions
- Solidity features: modifiers, fallback functions, events
- Writing a lottery smart contract
- Deploying and interacting with smart contract
- A look at Truffle and Ganache developer tools
Solomon Lederer Ph.D., has over 15 years of technical experience in computer system design and programming. He has been teaching about blockchain and Ethereum for 3 years and recently co-authored Blockchain: A Practical Guide to Developing Business, Law, and Technology Solutions. Prior to working on blockchain technology, he worked at The Wall Street Journal, Morgan Stanley and BAE Systems, where he held a DoD TS (top secret) clearance to develop a novel mobile ad-hoc network for the US Air Force.
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