The Certified Blockchain Developer – Ethereum certification course targets to help programmers and developers to delve into developing smart contracts on the most popular blockchain computing platform known as Ethereum, building Blockchain applications and interact with them seamlessly
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The Certified Blockchain Developer – Ethereum certification course targets to help programmers and developers to delve into developing smart contracts on the most popular blockchain computing platform known as Ethereum, building Blockchain applications and interact with them seamlessly.
Brillica Services is a renowned training partner to offer certification mapped CBDE (Certified Blockchain Developer- Ethereun) training to help developers design decentralized applications after understanding the Ethereum architecture and Solidity language. Our certified and experienced instructors help you master development of all functional Ethereum components and instantiate the developed application on the enterprise network.
The official CBDE Certification curriculum imparting in-depth understanding on how transactions are created and implemented on Ethereum network is offered at Brillica Services in diverse blended modes and at custom schedules to meet your specific learning goals at affordable costs.
Upon course completion, the participants would be able to:
- Plan and prepare production-ready applications for the Ethereum blockchain.
- Develop code for Ethereum Blockchain platform
- Write, test, and deploy secure Solidity smart contracts.
- Understand and work with Ethereum fees.
- Understand Ethereum limits and Work within the bounds and limitations to develop useful applications
- Use the essential tooling and systems needed to work with the Ethereum ecosystem.
The Certified Blockchain Developer-Ethereum course is ideal for:
- Application Developers
- System Architects
- Network Architects
- Network Security Architects
- IT Professionals w/programming experience
- What is Blockchain and how does it work?
- Centralized vs. Decentralized vs. Distributed
- Blockchain vs. Databases
- Bitcoin vs Ethereum
- What are Smart Contracts?
- How are Smart Contracts used?
- Advantages and Drawbacks of Smart Contracts
- Layer 1 vs. Layer 2
- High-Level Language vs. Low-Level
- Languages in Comparison Solidity, Vyper and others
- Smart Contracts with Solidity
- The Layout of a Solidity File
- Blockchain Access structures and Architectures
- Blockchain Access vs. centralized RESTful API
- Understanding Web3.js API
- Understanding Transactions and Consensus
- Private Keys, Public Keys and Signatures
- Understanding privacy on pubic Blockchains
- Understanding the architecture of KeyStore’s such as MetaMask or MIST
- Ethereum Denominations
- Understanding EVM and the ABI Interface
- Calls vs. Transactions
- Concurrency and Events
- Use cases of Events
- Understanding Functions, Mappings and Structs
- When to use Modifiers
- Libraries vs. Inheritance
- Understand Development and Deployment Cycles
- Understanding Solidity Compilation and Deployment
- Gas and Gas-Costs
- Upgradeability and Data Migration Techniques
- Understand the moving Parts: Compiler, Blockchain, API, KeyStore
- What is Mining in PoW?
- Understanding Go-Ethereum or Ganache/TestRPC for local development
- Understanding Private Blockchains vs. Public Blockchains
- Ethereum Now and Ethereum Future
- Where we are at with Ethereum
- Where Ethereum is heading to
- Recommended Newsletters/Groups
- Understanding what Truffle is
- Comparison to Embark
- How Manage Code for Teams
- Understanding Migrations
- Understanding Unit-Testing with Truffle
- What is IPFS
- Comparison between IPFS, FileCoin, Swarm, Sia, Storj
Compile a Solidity File with a command-line compiler