|Module 1||Ethereum Fundamentals|
|Unit 1||What Is Ethereum?|
|Unit 2||Introduction To Smart Contracts|
|Unit 3||Supply Issuance Of Ether Cryptocurrency|
|Unit 4||Ethereum Fundamentals Quiz|
|Module 2||Solidity Programming|
|Unit 1||Introduction To Solidity|
|Unit 2||Solidity Variables|
|Unit 3||Solidity Functions|
|Unit 4||Solidity Inheritance|
|Unit 5||Solidity Modifiers|
|Unit 6||Proxy Contracts|
|Unit 7||Solidity Events|
|Unit 8||Programming Tutorials Quiz|
|Module 3||Frameworks & APIs|
|Unit 2||Truffle Development Framework|
|Unit 3||Mist Browser|
|Unit 4||Case Study: How To Create Your Own Cryptocurrency|
|Module 4||Final Exam|
|Unit 1||Final Exam|
Master The Smart Contract. Programming modules are dedicated to understanding the Solidity language and deploying smart contracting systems.
Learn With Quality Tutorials. Course lessons are based on video presentations and written tutorials, allowing multiple perspectives on core concepts. All content is capable of being accessed responsively on tablet and mobile devices.
Test Your Knowledge With Timed Examination. The Ethereum Programming Course is accompanied by a timed examination. At the end of the course, students are required to pass a final examination in order to be accredited a certification of completion.
Earn Your Ethereum Programming Accreditation. After completion of the course, students with a passing grade will be granted their certificate of accreditation. This certification serves as evidence of your cryptocurrency industry acumen.
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