What You Will Learn?
- EOS Specific C++
- A basic understanding of what is Blockchain
- What is the difference between EOS Blockchain and Ethereum or Bitcoin
- How to design and deploy smart contracts to the EOS Blockchain
- How to set up an IDE with EOS
In this guide, you will finally learn all that is related to Blockchain programming. You will start with more straightforward questions like what is EOS, EOS Blockchain, EOS vs Ethereum and then will move on to more advanced topic like dApp development. So sit tight, hold on and get ready for a wild ride through Blockchain.
The Disruptive Power of the Blockchain
Make no mistake, the Blockchain technology in general and EOS, in particular, are unprecedented forces of disruption. That is why businesses can't hire EOS and Blockchain developers fast enough. And yet, there are just a few resources out there that provide quality and up-to-date information on the matter.
The purpose of this course is simple: to provide the best information online on EOS, Blockchain programming, and how to build decentralized apps (also called dApps) via this new and powerful technology.
While the development community was trying to figure out the most elegant way to use EOS and Blockchain and create new, exciting, amazing apps, I spent hours upon hours that turned into weeks and months to research the technology and understand it to its very core. I now know the best practices as it comes to interfacing EOS with C++. This course is the fruit of my research, a tremendous resource for anyone who is interested in this new revolutionary technology.
What Will You Learn
You may ask - what library and tools you should use? But the EOS technology ecosystem is continually changing. Other courses and teachers may promise to teach you to use dozens of different libraries. What they fail to mention is that every library you use with EOS breaks and is depreciated almost weekly. What you will learn here instead is how to create your own boilerplate package, how to develop and compile and test smart contracts. When you know the core of this technology, you will be able to adjust to an ever-changing environment that the constant innovation in the world of Blockchain provides.
What is EOS?
EOS is a cryptocurrency, and it bears some resemblance to Ethereum - it has even been called Ethereum's successor.
While Ethereum has issues with scaling and its backlog of transactions is increasing, EOS is poised to overtake Ethereum in performance (and, in consequence, in popularity and value). EOS was created as a tool of app creation, and the cryptocurrency focuses on the transfer of money or other valuables between parties.
What About Solidity?
With Solidity, a programming language, you can write smart contracts. Think of it as a way to control a bank account via code. With Solidity, you can write apps that create crowdfunding campaigns, lotteries, loans and even financial instruments.
However, Solidity is both inefficient and unsafe. This lead to numerous bugs that have been used for hacks and security breaches, with lots of money and valuables lost.
Using C++ for EOS development has provided the obvious benefits of speed, efficiency and safety, as well as the multitude of libraries that are available for EOS developers. While Solidity is trying to reinvent the wheel, C++ has been around for decades and proved its worth.
Who Should Enroll?
If you are a programmer, who is thinking of leveraging Blockchain for the creation of advanced apps or an engineer who wants to learn Blockchain programming and build dApps with EOS, apply right now!
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