Ethereum technology today may be where bitcoin was in 2010 – almost no one talking about it, raw infrastructure, lack of developers, and plenty of skeptics.
Ethereum could usher in the next wave of internet-enabled collaboration using smart contracting technology. The Ethereum Programming Course offers a comprehensive instruction on the function and deployment of smart contracts using the Solidity language.
The information contained within this course is of particular use to individuals looking to understand the technical operation of Ethereum, implement smart contracts for business processes, and create decentralized applications using Ethereum scripting languages.
The course is divided into 2 modules, Ethereum Fundamentals & Programming Tutorials, both of which are delivered as online written & video lessons available at any time to students.
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