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Blockchain Bootcamp Certification Training

This three course Blockchain Bootcamp is perfect for anyone wanting to learn and be able to communicate about Blockchain technology. If you’re a customer-facing technical sales expert, then this course will help you get started talking about blockchain.

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Blockchain Bootcamp Certification Training
12 Hrs 49 Min
Videos
149 On-demand Videos
Closed Captions

Closed Captions

Course Topics
19  Topics
Question & Answers
60 Prep Questions
Certificate of Completion

Certificate of Completion

This three course Blockchain Bootcamp is perfect for anyone wanting to learn and be able to communicate about concepts of blockchain technology. Blockchain technologies are now more than just a trial run. They went from a Proof of Concept to a Production use case. As a pre-sales engineer, blockchain engineer, software engineers, or technically focused expert facing customers, knowing how to speak blockchain is going to be a required skill especially for large VARs, Vendors, Integrators, etc. So if you’re a customer-facing technical sales expert focused on driving revenue then this course will help enable you to get the technical skill needed to be an industry experts.

Certified Blockchain Developer Hyperledger (CBDH)

The Certified Blockchain Developer – Hyperledger Course is perfect for technology-centered engineers, software engineers, application developers, software development, or anyone wishing to be certified by the Blockchain Training Alliance.

Certified Blockchain Solutions Architect (CBSA)

In our training content, we will provide an exam overview of the Blockchain Training Alliance Certification, Certified Blockchain Solutions Architect (CBSA). This will include Blockchain basics such as components, terminology, and ledgers, as well as why the blockchain is revolutionizing how businesses and governments are looking at technology to create efficiencies.

Enterprise Blockchain Bootcamp for Solutions Engineers

Through this Blockchain bootcamp training, you’ll gain an understanding of the fundamentals behind Blockchain Technology and why it’s so important now. You will explore use cases for blockchain and examine enterprise blockchains such as R3 Corda, Hyperledger, Ethereum, Quorum and Ripple in a competitive overview.

To learn more about each course included in this blockchain bootcamp series, please visit the links below.

Key Term Knowledge Base: Key Terms Related to Blockchain Technology

Understanding key terms in blockchain technology is crucial for anyone delving into this field, whether you’re a developer, solutions architect, or interested in the broader implications of blockchain. This knowledge not only assists in grasping the fundamental concepts but also enables effective communication in the rapidly evolving world of blockchain and cryptocurrency.

TermDefinition
BlockchainA digital ledger technology where transactions are recorded in a chronological and immutable sequence across a network of computers.
HyperledgerAn open-source collaborative effort created to advance cross-industry blockchain technologies.
EthereumA decentralized platform that enables smart contracts and distributed applications (DApps) to be built and operated without downtime, fraud, control, or interference from a third party.
Smart ContractSelf-executing contracts with the terms of the agreement directly written into lines of code, facilitating, verifying, or enforcing the negotiation or performance of a contract.
CryptocurrencyA type of digital or virtual currency that uses cryptography for security, making it difficult to counterfeit.
DecentralizationThe transfer of control and decision-making from a centralized entity (individual, organization, or group thereof) to a distributed network.
Distributed LedgerA consensus of replicated, shared, and synchronized digital data spread across multiple sites, countries, or institutions.
NodeA connection point within a blockchain network, which can receive, create, store, and send data across the network.
Consensus MechanismA process used to achieve agreement on a single data value among distributed processes or systems.
MiningThe process by which transactions are verified and added to the blockchain ledger, also responsible for releasing new cryptocurrency into circulation.
HashA function that converts an input (or ‘message’) into a fixed-size string of bytes, typically used for security purposes in the context of cryptocurrencies.
Peer-to-Peer (P2P)A decentralized communications model in which each party has the same capabilities and either party can initiate a communication session.
WalletA digital wallet that allows users to store and manage their cryptocurrencies.
Blockchain ExplorerA tool that allows users to view all current and past transactions on the blockchain.
ICO (Initial Coin Offering)A type of funding using cryptocurrencies, often used by startups to bypass the rigorous and regulated capital-raising process required by venture capitalists or banks.
ForkA change in protocol causing the blockchain to split into two separate chains, often because of a disagreement among developers or users.
Proof of Work (PoW)A consensus algorithm that requires a not-insignificant but feasible amount of effort to deter frivolous or malicious uses of computing power.
Proof of Stake (PoS)A type of algorithm by which a cryptocurrency blockchain network aims to achieve distributed consensus.
Private BlockchainA blockchain where write permissions are kept centralized to one organization.
Public BlockchainA blockchain that anyone in the world can read, send transactions to, and expect to see them included if they are valid.

Understanding these terms is essential for navigating the complexities of blockchain technology and its applications.

Frequently Asked Questions About Blockchain Bootcamp Certification Training

What exactly is the Blockchain Bootcamp and Certification Training Series?

This Online IT Training Course is a three-part series that helps you learn and communicate about Blockchain technology. It’s perfect for customer-facing technical sales experts, pre-sales engineers, blockchain engineers, software engineers, and technically-focused experts who want to speak knowledgeably about blockchain.

What courses are included in the Blockchain Bootcamp and Certification Training Series?

The series includes three courses: the Certified Blockchain Developer Hyperledger (CBDH), the Certified Blockchain Solutions Architect (CBSA), and the Enterprise Blockchain Bootcamp for Solutions Engineers. These courses provide a deep understanding of blockchain technology, its uses, and how to develop solutions using different blockchain frameworks like R3 Corda, Hyperledger, Ethereum, Quorum, and Ripple.

What kind of content can I expect from the Certified Blockchain Developer Hyperledger (CBDH) course?

The CBDH course covers a range of topics such as an overview of the Hyperledger project, Hyperledger Fabric use cases, designing a Hyperledger Fabric Blockchain, understanding access controls and secure chaincode, planning and preparing apps for deployment, exploring Hyperledger Fabric Explorer, chaincode development, and preparing for the exam. It’s a comprehensive course designed for technology-centered engineers, software engineers, application developers, and anyone wishing to be certified by the Blockchain Training Alliance.

What will I learn in the Certified Blockchain Solutions Architect (CBSA) course?

The CBSA course starts with an overview of blockchain terminology and components. It then delves into subjects like proof systems, public, private, and permissioned blockchains, writing blocks to a blockchain, cryptography, smart contracts and dApps, blockchain programming languages, and common testing and deployment practices. It also includes specifics on Hyperledger and Ethereum, and provides guidance for taking the CBSA exam.

What topics are covered in the Enterprise Blockchain Bootcamp for Solutions Engineers course?

This course offers an understanding of the fundamentals behind Blockchain Technology, explores use cases for blockchain and examines enterprise blockchains such as R3 Corda, Hyperledger, Ethereum, Quorum and Ripple. It provides a competitive overview of these frameworks, and similar to the other courses, it includes a comprehensive course outline guiding the learning journey and preparation for the exam​.

What do I get upon completion of the course?

After completing the course, you will receive a Certificate of Completion. The course includes 12 training hours, 149 on-demand videos, closed captions, covers 19 topics, and provides 60 prep questions to help you solidify your understanding of blockchain technology​.

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Certified Blockchain Developer Hyperledger (CBDH) Course Content

Module 1: Certified Blockchain Developer Hyperledger Overview

  •    1.1 Course Introduction
  •    1.2 Module 1 Introduction
  •    1.3 Audience for the Certification
  •    1.4 What is a CBDH
  •    1.5 Exam Objectives
  •    1.6 Exam Overview

Module 2: Hyperledger Framework

  •    2.1 Module 2 Introduction
  •    2.2 Hyperledger Project Overview
  •    2.3 Hyperledger Frameworks
  •    2.4 Hyperledger Fabric
  •    2.5 Hyperledger Fabric Use Cases

Module 3: Hyperledger Fabric Blockchain

  •    3.1 Module 3 Introduction
  •    3.2 Hyperledger Fabric Design Overview
  •    3.3 Hyperledger Fabric Whiteboard 
  •    3.4 Hyperledger Fabric Consensus
  •    3.5 Hyperledger Fabric Transactions
  •    3.6 Transactions Whiteboard
  •    3.7 Hyperledger Fabric Ledger
  •    3.8 Ledger Whiteboard
  •    3.9 Hyperledger Fabric Versions
  •    3.10 Hyperledger Fabric Membership Services
  •    3.11 Node Types and Roles
  •    3.12 Nodes and Peers Whiteboard
  •    3.13 Channels
  •    3.14 Channels Whiteboard

Module 4: Access Controls and Secure Chaincode

  •    4.1 Module 4 Introduction
  •    4.2 Access Controls Lists (.acl)
  •    4.3 Certificates and Certificate Authority
  •    4.4 Organizations and Participants
  •    4.5 Endorsement Policies
  •    4.6 Rest APIs

Module 5: Plan and Prepare Apps for Deployment

  •    5.1 Module 5 Introduction
  •    5.2 Development Whiteboard
  •    5.3 Installation Considerations
  •    5.4 Composer
  •    5.5 Composer Demo

Module 6: Hyperledger Fabric Explorer

  •    6.1 Module 6 Introduction
  •    6.2 Hyperledger Fabric Explorer Basics
  •    6.3 Installation Requirements of Hyperledger Explorer

Module 7: Chaincode and Development

  •    7.1 Module 7 Introduction
  •    7.2 What is Chaincode
  •    7.3 Writing Chaincode Considerations
  •    7.4 Development Language
  •    7.5 Client App Considerations
  •    7.6 BNA Files
  •    7.7 Service Discovery

Module 8: Course Wrap Up

  •    8.1 Module 8 Introduction
  •    8.2 Course Review
  •    8.3 Top 10 Things to know for the exam
  •    8.4 Taking the Exam
  •    8.5 Course Closeout

Certified Blockchain Solutions Architect (CBSA) Course Content

Module 1: Certified Blockchain Solutions Architect Overview

  •    1.1 Module 1 Introduction
  •    1.2 What is a CBSA
  •    1.3 Exam Questions
  •    1.4 Exam Objectives

Module 2: Blockchain 101 Terminology and Components

  •    2.1 Module 2 Introduction
  •    2.2 What is a Blockchain
  •    2.3 Blockchain Terminology
  •    2.4 Blockchain Key Components

Module 3: Exam Objectives

  •    3.1 Module 3 Introduction
  •    3.2 Proof of Work, Proof of Stake, Other Proof Systems
  •    3.3 Why Cryptocurrency is Needed
  •    3.4 Public, Private, and Permissioned Blockchains
  •    3.5 How Blocks are Written to a Blockchain
  •    3.6 Block Activity Demo
  •    3.7 Transactions Whiteboard
  •    3.8 Cryptography
  •    3.9 LTC Wallet Demo
  •    3.10 Database or Blockchain
  •    3.11 Public Blockchain Common Uses
  •    3.12 Private & Permissioned Blockchain Common Uses
  •    3.13 Launching Your Own Blockchain
  •    3.14 Segwits and Forks
  •    3.15 Mining
  •    3.16 Byzantine Fault Tolerance
  •    3.17 Consensus Among Blockchains
  •    3.18 Hasing
  •    3.19 Anders Hashing Demo
  •    3.20 Security in Blockchain
  •    3.21 Smart Contracts and dApps
  •    3.22 History of Blockchain
  •    3.23 Blockchain Programming Languages
  •    3.24 Common Testing and Deployment Practices
  •    3.25 Metamask Demo
  •    3.26 Value Creation
  •    3.27 Blockchain Architecture
  •    3.28 Corda Blockchain Architecture Whiteboard
  •    3.29 Enterprise Blockchains
  •    3.30 Bitcoin Improvement Protocols

Module 4: Hyperledger

  •    4.1 Module 4 Introduction
  •    4.2 Hyperledger Project
  •    4.3 Hyperledger Fabric
  •    4.4 Hyperledger Chaincode
  •    4.5 Hyperledger Fabric Whiteboard
  •    4.6 Hyperledger Fabric on AWS Demo

Module 5: Ethereum

  •    5.1 Module 5 Introduction
  •    5.2 Ethereum Overview
  •    5.3 Ethereum EVM
  •    5.4 Ethereum Browsers
  •    5.5 Ethereum Development
  •    5.6 Etherscan Demo

Module 6: Course Closeout

  •    6.1 Module 6 Introduction
  •    6.2 Summary Review
  •    6.3 Taking the CBSA Exam
  •    6.4 Practice Question

Enterprise Blockchain Bootcamp for Solutions Engineers Course Content

Module 1: Course Overview

  •    1.1 Course Introduction
  •    1.2 Course Target Audience
  •    1.3 Course Pre-Requirements

Module 2: Pre-Sales Activities

  •    2.1 Module 2 Introduction
  •    2.2 Request for Proposals
  •    2.3 Request for Proposals Fintech
  •    2.4 Proof of Concepts
  •    2.5 Return on Investment
  •    2.6 Value Creation
  •    2.7 Cost Modeling
  •    2.8 Cost Considerations
  •    2.9 Enterprise Integration
  •    2.10 TPS
  •    2.11 Whiteboard Discussion

Module 3: Blockchain Fundamentals

  •    3.1 Module 3 Introduction
  •    3.2 What is a Blockchain
  •    3.3 Blockchain Components
  •    3.4 Blockchain Terminology
  •    3.5 Enterprise Blockchains
  •    3.6 Consensus and Mining
  •    3.7 Ledgers
  •    3.8 Permissioned vs Permissionless Blockchains
  •    3.9 Trust and Blockchain
  •    3.10 Advantages of Transparency
  •    3.11 Development Expertise
  •    3.12 Dapps
  •    3.13 BaaS
  •    3.14 AWS BaaS Whiteboard Discussion
  •    3.15 Understanding Blockchain Architecture

Module 4: Enterprise Blockchains

  •    4.1 Module 4 Introduction
  •    4.2 Hyperledger
  •    4.3 Ethereum
  •    4.4 Quorum
  •    4.5 R3 Corda
  •    4.6 Corda Demobench Demo
  •    4.7 Ripple
  •    4.8 IBM BaaS
  •    4.9 AWS BaaS Demo

Module 5: Use Cases

  •    5.1 Module 5 Introduction
  •    5.2 Ripple Use Cases
  •    5.3 Dubai Use Cases

Module 6: Course Closeout

  •    6.1 Module 6 Introduction
  •    6.2 Course Review
  •    6.3 Blockchain Roles
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Joe Holbrook

Joe Holbrook

Independent Trainer | Consultant | Author

Joe Holbrook has been in the IT field since 1993 when he was exposed to several HPUX systems on board a U.S. Navy flagship. He has migrated from UNIX world to Storage Area Networking(SAN), Enterprise Virtualization, Cloud Architectures, and now specializing in Blockchain and Cryptocurrency. He previously worked for numerous companies like HDS, 3PAR, Brocade, HP, EMC, Northrup Grumman, ViON, Ibasis.net, Chematch.com, SAIC and Siemens Nixdorf.

Currently he works as a Subject Matter Expert specializing in Enterprise Cloud and Blockchain Technologies. He is the CLO of Techcommanders.com Elearning and consulting, He holds numerous IT certifications from AWS, GCP, HDS and other organizations.

He is an avid speaker and well-known course author residing in Jacksonville, Florida.

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