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Ethereum 102: Intro to Building dApps

Wednesday, April 22nd CEST @ 09:00 - 18:00 CEST - $389

An intensive, full-day course with 8 hours of jam-packed knowledge covering everything in between Ethereum and Smart Contracts. Are you interested in writing blockchain apps or integrating cryptocurrency into your existing apps? In this project-based course, I’ll show fellow developers who are broadly familiar with [JS – NodeJS] programming concepts how to work the Ethereum blockchain environment and write functioning Smart Contracts. This course is capped at a limited amount of participants per session, to ensure that everyone has a chance to participate and leave enough time for questions.

Miguel Moreno
As we walk through the creation of a smart contract, a web user interface, and the JavaScript needed to link the two, we help to familiarize you with key programming concepts and techniques surrounding Ethereum development.

Discover what the Ethereum blockchain is and how it differs from bitcoin. Get an introduction to Solidity, the programming language used to write smart contracts on the Ethereum network. In addition, learn how to build decentralized applications (DApps) using some of the web programming languages you’re already familiar with.

Course Description
Join us as we dive further into Ethereum and learn how to build end-to-end decentralized applications. We cover popular frameworks for DApp development like Truffle and ethers.io, as well as developer tools like Ganache. We also show you how to deploy your front-end to decentralized filesystems like IPFS and Swarm. This course prepares you to design, construct and manage enduring systems of smart contracts entrusted with significant value. We unfold essential knowledge and patterns you can use to confidently design and build your signature system. Using hands-on examples, video lectures, and the evolving code, you will learn:

  • Widely applicable patterns for everyday use
  • Industry recognized best practices
  • Known attack vectors, how they work and how to prevent them
  • Anti-patterns, why you should avoid them, and proven alternative approaches.

You will gain valuable insights into common mistakes Solidity developers make. You’ll be able to spot errors, security issues and oversights in unfamiliar code quickly and effortlessly because you’ll know exactly what patterns to look for; patterns that should always be present, and patterns that should never be present.


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Wednesday, April 22nd CEST
09:00 - 18:00 CEST
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Online, English [info page]
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Miguel Moreno [bio page]
+1 (720) 608 6868