zero to blockchain developer

Blockchain developers are some of highest paid professionals in the world and employers can’t find any.

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Zero to blockchain developer in as little as a year?

Participating in the blockchain revolution might seem out of reach if you’re not already a developer.

Blockchain is one of the most exciting new technologies in recent history. The demand for skilled blockchain programmers is only expected to increase as more organizations take advantage of this technology.

The Zero to Blockchain program is designed to equip you with all the skills you’ll need to find high-paying work as a blockchain developer – even if you don’t know anything about development currently.

You’ll learn both full-stack and blockchain development, with a focus on what employers are looking for.

Course Details

Here’s what you will learn

Full Stack Developer

  • Unit 1 Intro to programming
  • Unit 2 Expressions and Statements
  • Unit 3-4 Conditional Statements (Basic & Advanced)
  • Unit 5-7Loops (For, While, Nested)
  • Unit 8 Basic Syntax
  • Unit 9 Data Types and Variables
  • Unit 10 to 12 Arrays (Basic, Advanced and Associative)
  • Unit 13 Methods & Functions
  • Unit 14 Objects & Classes
  • Unit 15 Text Processing & Regular Expressions
  • Unit 16 Syntax – Functions and Statements
  • Unit 17 Objects
  • Unit 18 Arrays
  • Unit 19 Advanced Functions
  • Unit 20 & 21 DOM and DOM Manipulation
  • Unit 22 Classes
  • Unit 23 Unit Testing & Modules
  • Unit 24Strings and RegExp
  • Unit 25 Workshop
  • Unit 26 This
  • Unit 27 Object Composition
  • Unit 28 Prototypes and Inheritance)
  • Unit 29 Rest Services and AJAX
  • Unit 30 Asynchnoronous Programming
  • Unit 31 Remote Databases
  • Unit 32 Templating
  • Unit 33 Routing and Architecture
  • Unit 34 Workshop SPA
  • Unit 35 Design Patterns and Best Practices
  • Unit 36 Web Pack
  • Unit 37 Intro to NodeJS
  • Unit 38 Streams and Utilities
  • Unit 39 ExpressJS and Templating
  • Unit 40 NoSQL And MongoDB
  • Unit 41 Sessions and Authentication
  • Unit 42 Validation and Error Handling
  • Unit 43 Workshop REST API
  • Unit 44 Project Works
  • Unit 45 Intro to React and JSX
  • Unit 46 & 47 Components Basic Idea and Deep Dive
  • Unit 48 Routing
  • Unit 49 Forms
  • Unit 50 React Hooks
  • Unit 52 Advanced Techniques
  • Unit 52Project Works

Blockchain Developer: Solidity Focus

  • Unit 1 Blockchain Technologies Overview
  • Unit 2 Blockchain Concepts
  • Unit 3 Blockchain Cryptography 1
  • Unit 4 Blockchain Cryptography 2
  • Unit 5 Popular Crypto Libraries
  • Unit 6 Decentralization and Consensus Algorithms
  • Unit 7 Mining and Mining Pools
  • Unit 8 Cryptocurrencies Overview
  • Unit 9 Cryptocurrency Wallets
  • Unit 10 Wallets, APIs, and Libraries
  • Unit 11Creating an Ethereum Wallet Unit
  • Unit 12 Blockchain Transactions
  • Unit 13 Cryptocurrency Exchanges
  • Unit 14 Scaling Blockchain Network
  • Unit 15 Anonymous Transactions
  • Unit 16 Blockchain Security
  • Unit 17 Ethereum Overview
  • Unit 18 Smart Contracts, Crypto, Tokens & dApp
  • Unit 19 Smart Contracts and Solidity Basics
  • Unit 20 Smart Contracts and Solidity Advanced
  • Unit 21 Smart Contract Security
  • Unit 22 dApp Architecture
  • Unit 23 Web3 API and Metamask
  • Unit 24 Serverside Ethereum Libraries
  • Unit 25 Frameworks & Tools: Truffle and Ganache
  • Unit 26 Building a dApp (Example Project)
  • Unit 27 Decentralized Storage and IPFS
  • Unit 28 Notable dApp Platforms

Blockchain Developer: EOS Focus

  • Unit 1 Blockchain Technologies
  • Unit 2 Overview Blockchain Concepts
  • Unit 3 Blockchain Cryptography 1
  • Unit 4 Blockchain Cryptography 2
  • Unit 5 Popular Crypto Libraries
  • Unit 6 Decentralization and Consensus Algorithms
  • Unit 7 Mining and Mining Pools
  • Unit 8 Cryptocurrencies Overview
  • Unit 9 Cryptocurrency Wallets
  • Unit 10 Wallets, APIs, and Libraries
  • Unit 11Creating an Ethereum Wallet Unit
  • Unit 12 Blockchain Transactions
  • Unit 13 Cryptocurrency Exchanges
  • Unit 14 Scaling Blockchain Network
  • Unit 15 Anonymous Transactions
  • Unit 16 Blockchain Security
  • Unit 17 Introduction to EOSIO
  • Unit 18 C++ and WebAssembly Basics
  • Unit 19 Advanced Contracts on EOSIO
  • Unit 20 Smart Contract Security
  • Unit 21 EOSIO Front End
  • Unit 22 dApp Architecture
  • Unit 23 Decentralized Storage and IPFS
  • Unit 24 EOS Forks: Sisterchains and Sidechains
  • Unit 25 Building a dApp (Example Project)
  • Unit 26 Notable dApp Platforms (optional unit)

Programs start once per quarter.

They are conducted online with instructors and a live support team available everyday.

Regular weekly assignments ensure that you stay on track as you complete the program. You’ll have all of the tools and support you need to thrive.

Our innovative income share agreements allow you to defer tuition until you get a job.

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