Blockchain Advance Training Course.

Blockchain Training has been designed for developers who want to decipher the global craze surrounding Blockchain, Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. You’ll learn the core structure and technical mechanisms of Bitcoin, Ethereum, Hyperledger and Multichain Blockchain platforms, use the latest tools to build Blockchain applications, set up your own private Blockchain, deploy smart contracts on Ethereum and gain practical experience with real-world projects.
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What are the Course Objectives?
This Blockchain Certification course offers a hands-on training covering relevant topics in cryptocurrency and the wider Blockchain space. From a technological standpoint, you will develop a strong grasp of core Blockchain platforms, understand what Bitcoin is and how it works, learn key vocabulary and concepts commonly used when discussing Blockchain and understand why engineers are motivated to create an app with Ethereum. Hands-on exercises and projects will give you practical experience in real-world Blockchain development scenarios.



What skills will you learn?
After completing this course, you will be able to:
· Apply Bitcoin and Blockchain concepts in business situations
· Build compelling Blockchain applications using the Ethereum Blockchain
· Design, test and deploy secure Smart Contracts
· Use the latest version of Ethereum development tools (Web3 v1.0)
· Develop Hyperledger Blockchain applications using Composer Framework
· Model the Blockchain applications using Composer modeling language
· Develop front end (client) applications using Composer API
· Leverage Composer REST Server to design a web-based Blockchain solution
· Design Hyperledger Fabric Composer Business Network Application (not the infrastructure)
· Understand the true purpose and capabilities of Ethereum and Solidity
· See practical examples of Blockchain and mining
· Describe the various components of Hyperledger Fabric Technology (Peers, Orderer, MSP, CA)



Who should take this course?
There is a great deal of excitement globally surrounding the opportunities that Bitcoin and underlying Blockchain technology offer for financial and non-financial institutions, as well as for individuals such as :

· Developers
· Technologists interested in learning Ethereum, Hyperledger and Blockchain
· Technology architects wanting to expand their skills to Blockchain technology
· Professionals curious to learn how Blockchain technology can change the way we do business
· Entrepreneurs with technology background interested in realizing their business ideas on the Blockchain
· Anyone interested in ERC20 tokens and ICOs



What projects are included in this Blockchain Training Course?
The course includes nine real-world, industry-based projects, four of which are provided as assessments. Successful completion of two projects out of the four is a part of the Blockchain certification eligibility criteria.

Project 1 (Ethereum)
Domain: Crowd Funding Smart Contract

Project 2 (Ethereum)
Domain: Voting Ballot Smart Contract

Project 3 (Ethereum)
Domain: Lottery Smart Contract

Project 4 (Hyperledger)
Domain: ACME Airlines Model

Project 5 (Hyperledger)
Domain- Boeing Aircraft Assignment Model

Project 6 (Ethereum)
Domain: Real World Casino

Project 7 (Ethereum)
Domain: Election Campaign

Project 8 (Hyperledger)
Domain: Syndicated Loan

Project 9 (Hyperledger)
Domain: Escrow



Why should I enroll in this Blockchain course?
Blockchain represents a major transformation in a wide range of industries such as financial services, real estate, healthcare, insurance, public sector and many more. There is growing demand for Blockchain-trained professionals who understand Blockchain and cryptocurrency concepts, platforms and development.

Top industries include:
Financial and banking services
Insurance
Cloud storage
Travel and transportation
Energy
Media and entertainment
Automotive
Government and public sector
Healthcare and life sciences
Retail and E-commerce


Key Features

Master the Concept of your Training Module

20+ Real-Time Industry-Based Projects

Instructor-led training

Hands on Practical Classes

One Year Training Menbership with TechSim+

What You Will Learn
In this Journey

  • Stage 1

    Lesson 01 - Blockchain

    What is Blockchain

    Blockchain Technology Mechanisms & Networks

    Blockchain Origins

    Blockchain Objectives

    Blockchain Users And Adoption

    Blockchain Challenges

    Transactions And Blocks

    P2P Systems

    Keys As Identity

    Digital Signatures

    Hashes As Addresses

    Hash Pointers And Data Structures

    Blockchain Transactions

    Blockchain Block Structure

    Mining Explained

  • Stage 2

    Lesson 02 - Bitcoin

    What is Bitcoin

    The Bitcoin Network

    The Bitcoin Minning Process

    Mining Developments

    Bitcoin Wallets

    Decentralization And Hard Forks

    Alternative Blockchains/Altchains

    Ethereum Consensus Mechanisms

    How Smart Contracts Work

    Difference Between Private Consortium And Public Networks

    Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM)

    Merkle Tree

    Double-Spend Problem

    New Developments In Blockchain

    Ethereum’s Ecosystem And Dapps

    Blockchain And Digital Currency

    Transactional Blocks

    Impact Of Blockchain Technology On Cryptocurrency

    Cryprography

  • Stage 3

    Lesson 03 - Ethereum

    What is Ethereum?

    Introduction

    A Short History Lesson

    Interfacing with Ethereum Networks

    Metamask Setup

    Ethereum Accounts

    Receiving Ether

    What's a Transaction?

    Smart Contracts

    Our First Contract

    Contract Structure

    Function Declarations

    Testing with Remix

    Redeploying Contracts

    Behind the Scenes of Deployment

    More on Running Functions Than You Want to Know

    Wei vs Ether

    Gas and Transactions

    Mnemonic Phrases

    Getting More Ether

  • Stage 4

    Lesson 04 - Solidity Programming for Ethereum

    Solidity - Language of Smart Contracts

    Installing Solidity & Ethereum Wallet

    Basics of Solidity by Example: Subcoin Smart Contract

    Layout of a Solidity Source File & Structure of Smart Contracts

    General Value Types (Int, Real, String, Bytes, Arrays, Mapping, Enum, address)

    Ether Units, Time Units

  • Stage 5

    Lesson 05 - Ethereum coding for Blockchain environment

    Globally Available Variables & Functions

    Operators: Arithmetic, Logical & Bitwise Operators

    Control Structure (if-else, for, while, Do-While)

    Scoping and Declarations

    Input Parameters and Output Parameters

    Function Calls & Return Types

    Function Modifiers

    Fallback Function

    Abstract Contract

    Creating Contracts via "new" Operator

    Inheriting Smart Contracts

    Importing Smart Contracts & Compiling Contracts

    Events & Logging

    Exceptions

    Don't Skip! Node JS Versioning

  • Stage 6

    Lesson 06 - Contract Deployment for Blockchain Environment

    Boilerplate Requirements

    Project File Walkthrough

    Syntax Highlighters

    Compiling Solidity

    The Compile Script

    Testing Architecture

    Running Windows?

    Installing Modules

    Web3 Versioning

    Web3 Providers

    Testing with Mocha

    Mocha Structure

    Fetching Accounts from Ganache

    Refactor to Async/Await

    Deployment with Web3

    Deployed Inbox Overview

    Asserting Deployment

    Web3 Version Fix

    Verifying the Initial Message

    Testing Message Updates

    Deployment with Infura

    Infura Signup

    Wallet Provider Setup

    Deployment to Rinkeby

    Observing Deployment on Etherscan

    Deployed Contracts in Remix

    Complete Example: Crowd Funding Smart Contract

    Complete Example: Voting Ballot Smart Contract

  • Stage 7

    Lesson 07 - Advanced Smart Contracts

    The Lottery Contract

    Lottery Design

    Basic Solidity Types

    Starting the Lottery Contract

    The Message Global Variable

    Overview of Arrays

    Overview of Mappings and Structs

    Big Solidity Gotcha

    Entering the Lottery

    Validation with Require Statements

    The Remix Debugger

    Psuedo Random Number Generator

    Selecting a Winner

    Sending Ether from Contracts

    Resetting Contract State

    Requiring Managers

    Function Modifiers

    Returning Players Array

    Contract Review

  • Stage 8

    Lesson 08 - Ethereum Test Envionment Setup

    Test Project Updates

    Test Helper Review

    Asserting Deployment

    Entering the Lottery

    Asserting Multiple Players

    Try-Catch Assertions

    Testing Function Modifiers

    End to End Test

    Building Interactive Front-Ends

  • Stage 9

    Lesson 09 - Ethereum Application Architecture

    Application Overview

    Getting Started with Create-React-App

    Multiple Web3 Instances

    Web3 Setup

    Deploying the Lottery Contract

    Local Contract Instances

    Rendering Contract Data

    Instance Properties

    Accessing More Properties

    The 'Enter' Form

    Form Setup

    Entering the Lottery

    Picking a Winner

    Project Review

  • Stage 10

    Lesson 10 - Real World Ethereum Projects

    Solving Real Problems with Contracts

    Fixing Kickstarter's Issues

    Campaign Contract Design

    Campaign Constructor

    Contributing to the Campaign

    A Quick Test

    The Request Struct

    More on Function Modifiers

    Creating Struct Instances

    Instance Creation Syntax

    Storage and Memory

    More on Storage vs Memory

    Voting System Requirements

    The Wrong Voting System

    Issues with Arrays

    Mappings vs Arrays

    Basics of Mappings

    Refactoring to Mappings

    Refactoring Request Stucts

    More on Struct Initialization

    Approving a Request

    Testing Request Approvals

    Finalizing a Request

    Last Remix Test

    Thinking about Deployment

    Solution to Deployment

    Adding a Campaign Factory

    Testing the Factory

  • Stage 11

    Lesson 11 - Creating Project Infrastructure for Ethereum

    Project Setup

    Directory Structure

    A Better Compile Script

    Single Run Compilation

    More on Compile

    Test File Setup

    Creating Campaign Instances

    Testing Warmup

    Accessing Mappings

    Requiring Minimum Contributinos

    Array Getters

    One End to End Test

    Deployment

    Refactoring Deployment

    Advanced Multi-Page Front-Ends

    App Mockups

    CRA vs Next

    Next's Pages Architecture

    Basics of Next Routing

    Root Routes

    CampaignFactory Instance

    Getting a Test Campaign

    Fetching Deployed Campaigns

    Why Next.js?

    Server vs Client Web3 Instances

    GetInitialProps Function

    Semantic UI React

    Card Group Setup

    Rendering Card Groups

    Adding CSS

    Adding a Button

    The Need for a Layout

    The Layout Component

    Assembling a Header

    Constraining Content Width

    Two Column Layout

    Nested Routing

    Final CSS Fix

    Form Creation

    Input Change Handlers

    Form Submittal

    Testing Submittal

    Form Error Handling

    Button Spinners

    Routing Issues

    Next Routes Setup

    Automatic Navigation

    Header Navigation

    Routing to Campaigns

    Restarting the Server

    Route Mappings

  • Stage 12

    Lesson 12 - Ethereum Campaigns

    Planning CampaignShow

    Redeploying CampaignFactory

    CampaignShow's GetInitialProps

    Accessing a Campaign

    Summary Translation Layer

    Custom Card Groups

    One Card Per Property

    The Contribute Form

    Grid Layouts

    Form State

    Communicating the Campaign Address

    Making a Contribution

    Refreshing Contract Data

    Spinners and Error Handlers

    Listing Requests

    Grids vs Columns

    More Routing!

    Request Creation Form

    Form Polish

    Creating a Request

    Requests One by One

    Fancy Javascript

    Small Typo!

    Rendering a Table

    Request Row Component

    Request Row Content

    Approvers Count Cell

    Approving a Request

    Finalizing Requests

    Testing Finalization

    Row Status Styling

    Finishing Requests Index

  • Stage 13

    Lesson 13 - Introduction to Hyperledger

    What is Hyperledger?

    Distributed Ledger Technology & its Challenges

    Hyperledger & Distributed Ledger Technology

  • Stage 14

    Lesson 14 - Introduction to Hyperledger Fabric using Composer

    Hyperledger Fabric & Composer Concepts

    Hyperledger Fabric : A DLT for Business Applications

    Hyperledger Fabric : DLT for Business

    Assets, Chaincode & Ledger

    Assets, Chaincode and Transactions

    Permissioned Network, Members & Membership Service Provider

    Permissioned Network, Member & Membership Services

    Nodes and Channels

    Hyperledger Fabric Composer Overview

    Pre-Requisites for Fabric development

    Frequently Asked Questions | Common Issues

    Development Machine Specifications & IDE

    Composer Dev Tools Installation

    Exercise: Validate the Composer Development Environment

    Install Docker or Docker Toolkit

    Install CURL and Cygwin (Windows only)

  • Stage 15

    Lesson 15 - Setting up the Hyperledger Fabric Developer Environment Tools

    Linux/Ubuntu & AWS: Setup of Fabric Development on Local & Cloud VM

    Mac OS: Setup of Fabric Development Environment

    Windows : Fabric development environment setup

    How to use the Dev Tools

    Development Environment Topology

    Fabric Under the Hood (Concepts & Terminology)

    Dev Environment Walkthrough: Peer & CouchDB setup

    Ledger Implementation

    Peers Nodes : Anchors and Endorsers

    Anchor Peers & Endorsing Peers

    Clients Node: Endorsement Policies

    Client Peer & Endorsing Policies

    Orderer Nodes

    Membership Service Provider & Certification Authority

    Dev Environment Walkthrough: Orderer and CA Server

    Chaincode Development

  • Stage 16

    Lesson 16 - Hyperledger Composer tools for application development

    Using Composer Tools for Application Development & Administration

    Fabric Composer Playground

    Composer Playground

    Yeoman Hyperledger Generators

    Yo Generators

    Participant Roles and Business Network Cards

    Composer CLI Tool - Deploying a Network Application

    Composer CLI Tool - Network Application Management

    Exercise: Create & Deploy Network Application

    REST Server Overview

    REST Server Security

    Skeleton Angular Application using Yo

    Composer SDK Overview

    Business Network Application Modelling

    Case Study: ACME Airlines

    Modeling Language Files | Namespace

    Defining the Resources

    Support for Object Orientation

    Modeling Arrays

    Registries & Relationship between Resources

    Arrays, Registries & Relationships

    Adding the field Validations

    Field validations

    Resource Registries & Identities +Exercise

    Modeling the Transactions

    Exercise: Fix the code for generating the FlightId

    Exercise: Add a set of aircraft queries

    Managing identities for Network Applications

    Access Control Language (Part 1 of 2) Simple Rules

    Exercise: Simple Rule for ACMENetworkAdmin

    Access Control Language (Part 2 of 2) Conditional Rules

    Exercise: Conditional Rule for ACMEPersonnel

    Composer SDK / API : Coding the Client Apps

    Business Network Card Management

    Card Storage API

    Admin Connection Class

    Business Network Connection Class

    Submitting a Transaction

    Registries

    Resources

    Querying the Registries

    Subscribing to Events

    Write a utility to create or delete test data

    Composer SDK API Coding the Transaction Processor

    Embedded Runtime for Testing

    Writing Unit Test Cases for Network Applications

    Writing Unit Test Cases for Network Applications

    Runtime API for Transaction Processing Functions

    Exercise: Define the Aircraft Assignment Transaction

    Query invocation in Transaction Processing Functions

    Implementing Programmatic Access Control

    Emitting events and Integrating with external systems

  • Stage 17

    Lesson 17 - Front end application development using Hyperledger composer

    Developing Front End Applications for Network Applications

    Application Design Patterns

    Application Architecture Patterns

    Securing the REST server with Authentication Strategy

    Walkthrough: Applying OAuth2.0 Authentication Strategy to REST Server

    Working of Multi User Enabled REST Server

    Walkthrough - REST Server Multi User mode

    Create the Design Blueprint for the Fabric Application UI