B9lab offers a flexible Blockchain academy, with mentorship and personalized support. B9lab teaches a range of blockchain technologies, including Ethereum, Hyperledger Fabric, Hyperledger Sawtooth, Quorum and Corda. B9lab aims to offer a wide range of different blockchain technologies to provide a balanced, well-rounded educational experience. Industry-experienced instructors provide active tutoring with one-on-one, personalized support. B9lab also delivers on-site corporate training for teams of up to 25. On-site workshops are adaptable to a range of skill levels and audiences, from non-technical to experienced developers.
B9lab conducts courses for leading global institutions and talented independent developers. It is recommended that students have at least one year of software development experience, or are comfortable with object-oriented programming.
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OnlinePart Time10 Hours/week6 Weeks
Start Date None scheduled Cost €870 Class size N/A Location OnlineCorda is a distributed ledger technology and smart contract platform designed for business and enterprise. It is one of the few toolkits that allow companies to create production-ready private blockchain networks right now. We’ve seen it used for insurance, supply chain management, and settlement, as well as in other use cases and proofs of concept. This online course introduces Corda and guides students through the entire system. Students will learn the precise challenges Corda is designed to solve and how Corda compares to other leading blockchains and DLT platforms. Participants will learn how to design and build applications for Corda networks including the tools, language, thought process and service interfaces. Participants will complete hands-on projects as they acquire the full body of skills needed to pursue enterprise-class projects on Corda.
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Minimum Skill Level By the way, you do not have to know Go before you start. If you do, that is of course an advantage but we will teach you enough Go so you can write chaincode. Placement Test No Interview No
OnlineFull Time10 Hours/week5 Weeks
Start Date None scheduled Cost €870 Class size N/A Location OnlineHyperledger Sawtooth is a modular platform for building, deploying, and running distributed ledgers. It includes a novel consensus algorithm called Proof of Elapsed Time (PoET), which targets large distributed validator populations with minimal resource consumption. Its modularity makes it especially interesting for developers and enterprises. Sawtooth also allows us to define rules for transactions and smart contracts tailored to individual needs. This is a permissioned network with great capacity for scalability. At first glance, Sawtooth might seem unusual to experienced blockchain developers who have never seen concepts such as “transaction families” before. However, a closer look reveals that despite looking different, such concepts can be used to implement familiar ones in more flexible and modular ways. This online Hyperledger Sawtooth course offers developers an opportunity to become proficient with blockchain and Hyperledger Sawtooth. After reviewing the fundamentals of blockchain technology, we will learn how Hyperledger Sawtooth fits in the blockchain environment, discovering its architecture, tools and transaction families. Next, we will look at different SDKs to eventually be able to analyse real-world examples and identify the most important aspects.
Minimum Skill Level At least 1 year of experience as an Ethereum developer, or completion of the B9lab Ethereum Developer Course. Placement Test No Interview No
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