Ethereum Developer Certification

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Course Curriculam
Blockchain 101
Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn about the blockchain data structure that is widely used in crypto-currencies, decentralized applications (DApps) and decentralized automated organizations (DAO).
Overview of Centralized, Decentralized and Distributed Systems
What is Blockchain
How are transactions initiated in a network
Comparison of Blockchain and Traditional Databases
Blockchain working
Public/Private Key Cryptography
The beauty of Hash Functions and Merkle trees
Cryptocurrency Mining
Proof of Work/ Consensus
Cryptocurrency wallet
Introduction to Ethereum
Ethereum vs Bitcoin
Ethereum use cases
A practical walkthrough of and
Introduction to Ethereum
Learning Objective:In this module, you will learn about Ethereum and how it uses the blockchain technology to create a vast variety of decentralized applications. It makes use of smart contracts by seeing the working of a small scale decentralized applications. (DApps)
Ethereum - A P2P world computer
The Ethereum Blockchain
Ethereum Virtual Machine
Smart Contracts
Gas - Price and Limit
Ether and Ether Mining
Ethereum tools - Swarm, Whisper and Mist
Ethereum Framework – Web3.js, eth.js
Ethereum in todays world (DApps and DAOs)
Development Environment - Solidity IDE, Truffle, Embark
Ethereum Networks – Koven, Ropsten, Rinkeby
Webpack and Browserify
Setting up Metamask and MIST Wallet
Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn to develop your own smart contracts using Solidity on the Remix IDE.
Introduction to Solidity
Basics (version pragma and comments)
Structure of a contract
Data Structures (Arrays, Mapping, Structs)
Data Types (signed and unsigned int, strings, boolean, address)
Looping and Conditional Statements
Remix browser
Complete coding experience on Solidity language.
Advanced Solidity
Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn the advanced concepts of solidity such as, importing libraries, modifiers, event handling and much more. Other than that, you will also learn to incorporate a front-end GUI to your solidity contracts using Truffle and web3.js
Imports and libraries
Extended String Functionality and Bytes
Custom Modifiers and Error Handling
Creating and deploying your own tokens
Event logging, handling
Parameter Mapping and Returning multiple variables
State Modifiers (Pure/View/Constant/Payable)
Transferring Ether between contracts (ERC20 and ERC223)
Contract ABI
Introduction to the Truffle Framework
Communicating between smart contracts and HTML pages using web3.js and Metamask
Setting up event-driven Interfaces
Client-side signing and remotes nodes for DApps
Creating an interactive GUI for your smart contract using web3.js And Truffle
Developing a DApp using Truffle
Learning Objective:In this module, you will learn how to develop a DApp service using concepts of solidity and deploy it on a local test blockchain that is Ganache.
Objective: Upon completing this module, you should be able to:
Use Truffle for running Contracts, running Migrations, writing test cases and Interact with your contracts
Use Web3.js to communicate between HTML pages and smart contracts
Integrate Angular.js and web3.js to create front end interfaces for your smart contracts
Creating a project structure on Truffle
Writing the smart contract
Compiling and migrating the smart contract
Publishing the DApp
How web3.js and truffle work with ReactJS
Deploying smart contract services on the test blockchain network
Running the DApp on the Ethereum node using Metamask
Deploying a DApp that runs on a test network. The contracts should handle all events of the supply chain like, shipping, vendor change, product status, time stamps etc. The contracts then must be connected to an interactive GUI based on web3.js and deployed using Metamask.
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