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February 06, 2018, 06:24:30 PM
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Hey guys,

as I have been pretty fascinated about blockchain technology for quite a long time now I want to take action and educate myself on developing blockchains and blockchain applications.

I always had a strong penchant for technology, web development and stuff so the languages are not totally new to me, but I'm not the kind of guy that u would call an expert in any of those subjects.

To make a long story short.

What are your resources when it comes to blockchain development. I'm looking forward to learning everything from the scratch, no matter how much time it may take.

So if you could supply helpful websites, articles, programs I'd be very thankful.
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February 06, 2018, 07:26:07 PM
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You can check out online courses.There are many which are free and have good lessons, like coursera.Lynda has some of the best courses, but they are paid.You can contact me for a free account Wink

If you know a little bit of OOP programming, then it won't be much difficult to grasp the basic things.
Go through this article too:
https://medium.com/crypto-currently/lets-build-the-tiniest-blockchain-e70965a248b

It contains very detailed info and tells you how to create a small blokchain with python too.

Most important part of learning something new is not to give up! Keep on leaning no matter how boring it gets.
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February 06, 2018, 09:29:54 PM
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Thanks for your answer and the links you provided Smiley

I'm have set up an account at Lynda.com yesterday but I'm a little bit confused on where to start exactly as I'm slightly showered with courses  Grin

Any advices on where to start ? I want to set up a roadmap for myself to learn everything step by step.


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February 07, 2018, 03:43:22 AM
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recommend https://blockgeeks.com, but its membership plan
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February 07, 2018, 04:29:21 AM
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Looking at GitHub and at some of the open source that's deployed by various teams is a good way of getting basic knowledge on blockchain development. If you're interested in smart contract creation, there's lots of open source content available that details coding with Solidity on Ethereum's Github.

You can find it here:
https://github.com/ethereum

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February 07, 2018, 06:46:08 AM
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Any advices on where to start ? I want to set up a roadmap for myself to learn everything step by step.

I am not aware of what all things you know, so its not possible for me to tell you the starting point or how to progress.
Albeit, I can give you some good tips which will surely help you Smiley

Never be in a hurry.Many people try to reduce the lessons to make it simple and try to ignore the complex things about blockchain.Or they abstract the complex parts into small modules.
Only if they could give more time instead of trying to learn everything in one go.
Keep your approach holistic.Look at those complex parts through as many angles as possible, it will add dimensions to your thinking.In the process the true objective of blockchain will unravel Smiley

Good luck!
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February 07, 2018, 01:27:04 PM
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Hi, I found there is very good blockchain resource in the Bitcoin.org website. Please have a look (https://bitcoin.org/en/resources)

Another good training I would like to recommend is Jimmy Song's Programming Blockchain Seminar. It's a paid training, but is definitely worth. (http://programmingblockchain.com)

I'm not posting ads. Please have a check by yourself.  Cheesy
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