Blockchain Bootcamp and Certification Training Series

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Course overview

12  HOURS OF TRAINING
149 VIDEOS
19  SKILLS
60 PRACTICE QUESTIONS

Blockchain technologies are now more than just a trial run. They are starting to go from a Proof of Concept to a Production use case.  As a pre-sales engineer, solutions engineer 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 started talking about blockchain.

Certified Blockchain Developer Hyperledger (CBDH) Course Outline

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 Outline

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 Outline

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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