Training Blockchain Developer

The course will be divided into different modules that will examine every single aspect linked to the Blockchain world, from its genesis to the technical aspects, so as to reach the heart of the architecture of this futuristic technology.

Principal goals of this course:

    • Learn what Blockchain is
    • Be able to conduct intelligent high-level conversations with technically-focused Blockchain engineers and developers
    • Be able to start translating business and functional requirements to technical designs
    • Learn to identify the resources needed for a Blockchain solution development project

Who Should Attend?

  • Top-Level Management
  • Business Decision Makers
  • Business Analysts
  • Technical Solutions Architects
  • Developers and technical engineers
  • Sales, Marketing, and Branding professionals
  • YOU!!!

What Will I Learn?

Be able to intelligently answer the following:

  • What is Blockchain?
  • Learn the major concepts of Blockchain
  • How does Blockchain work?
  • Learn the specifics of how Blockchain works
  • How is Blockchain different from what we have today?

Blockchain

  • Hystorical overview
  • Benefits of Blockchain Suystem
  • Blockchain with Hyperledger Fabric
  • Hyperledger Fabric 1.0 to 1.4 – Evolutions
  • Use of channels

Learn how Blockchain compliments and contrasts conventional technology

Characteristics of Blockchain:

The course will be divided into different modules that will examine every single aspect linked to the Blockchain world, from its genesis to the technical aspects, so as to reach the heart of the architecture of this futuristic technology.

The history of the Blockchain

In this part we will consider and study all the basic components of the blockchain.

Benefits of the Blockchain

The Blockchain is a buzz word now become fashionable. But what are the real benefits? What is it really for? In this module, all the potentials of this technology will be explored, from safety to a quality guarantee to the benefits of drastic cost reduction.

Blockchain: the world of the public and that of the private

The world of the blockchain is divided into two macro-categories: the public, that is the technology for everyone, mostly based on Bitcoin or Ethereum, and the private, in which large entities such as Hyperledger control the transactions of the Blockchain. But what is the real difference? What are the advantages and disadvantages between the two modes? In this match in the ring you will see the public vs. the private clash.

In the end  we will study the build your first network (BYFN) scenario provisions a sample Hyperledger Fabric network consisting of two organizations, each maintaining two peer nodes, and a “solo” ordering service.

Specifically, we will analyze and consider:

o Creation of organizations with 2 peers

o Analysis of the yaml configuration files

o Channel creation and peer join

o Installation and configuration of the chaincode

o Analysis of the chaincode in node and Go-Lang

o Invocation of the chaincode and communication between peers

Implementation of a Letter of Credit project in Cloud

In conclusion we will define and explain our work on Letter of Credit, focusing on:

  • Implementation of the project
  • Component analysis
  • Analysis of the chaincode
  • Writing and reading functions on Ledger

Milan - 3/4/5 April

Lugano - 10/11/12 April

Lugano - 8/9/10 May

Milan - 17/18/19 April

Milan - 15/16/17 May

Lugano - 22/23/24 March

Milano - 29/30/31 May

Lugano - 5/6/7 June

Lugano - 26/27/28 June

Milano - 12/13/14 June