The Linux Foundation Launches New Hyperledger Course for Developers

Enterprise is a big use case for blockchain technology, and The Linux Foundation is looking to push that forward through crypto education.

According to a press release from the group, this course is called LFD272 – Hyperledger Fabric for Developers. The class is for devs looking to get involved in Hyperledger Fabric chaincode, essentially the smart contracts built on the Fabric network, and those who want to get involved in decentralized application development.

The release states a couple of things students would learn from the course:

  • Implement and test a chaincode in Golang for any use case
  • Manage chaincode life cycle: install, instantiate, upgrade chaincodes, set endorsement policies, etc.
  • Create Node.js client applications interacting with Hyperledger Fabric networks
  • Control access to the information based on a user identity
  • Set up and use private data collections

Speaking on the matter is Brian Behlendorf, the executive director of Hyperledger, who says:

“The pace of innovation and adoption in enterprise blockchain development is creating a host of new business and career opportunities. Demand for skilled and certified Hyperledger Fabric experts, whether on the individual level or service provider level, is only growing as the technology and market matures. The new chaincode and data privacy enhancements in recent releases of Hyperledger Fabric make this a particularly well timed training course for those who want to keep pace with the latest developments in this market.”

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