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Ethereum and hyperledger

Target Audience

Computer Scientists, Developers, tech-savvy individuals, and those who would like to learn more about public blockchains

Learning Target

The goal of the first part of the course is to explain Ethereum, one of the largest development frameworks. Ethereum works in the public domain and can also be utilised in private settings. The participants will learn how to interact with the Ethereum Virtual Machine through many hands-on examples. For this purpose, a virtual machine has been configured so that the participants can practice with smart contracts and coding. In the second part of the course the Hyperledger framework will be presented. Hyperledger is one of the largest blockchain development frameworks used with both companies and in a B2B context. It is mostly applied in consortia with a broad range of use cases. With the help of many practical hands-on examples, the participants will learn how to interact with Hyperledger. For this purpose, a virtual machine has been configured so that the participants can practice with smart contracts and writing Chaincode.

Contents

  • Ethereum technology
  • Tooling and the Ethereum Virtual Machine
  • Hands-on interaction with transactions, smart contracts and tokens
  • Coding smart contracts with Solidity basics
  • Future of Web 3.0
     
  • Introduction to Fabric 1.0 framework
  • Application in consortia, use cases and limitations
  • Tooling for Hyperledger
  • Writing Chaincode with Golang
  • Modelling business logics with Hyperledger Composer

Methodology

Interactive lecture, group work, practical practice activities, reflection

Duration

1 day

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Everything we offer in our range of open seminars can be packaged and delivered as tailormade in-house training programmes for companies and organisations. We will be happy to advise you and create an individual offer on request.

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Price advantage of 10% from the 2nd participant per company and seminar date.

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