Even if...you've never worked with the blockchain before, or don't consider yourself an 'ethereum blockchain expert'.
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Excuse the reference to the movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off, I couldn't help myself. I just had this ringing of Ferris Bueller's most famous quote as I was writing this. But joking aside, I think if Ferris Bueller were talking about blockchain this is what he'd say...
You see, we've all been there. Sitting on the sidelines watching others create blockchain applications upon ethereum, yet we’re frustrated with outdated tutorials on youtube.
Nobody needs to waste their time with that.
I’m not one to share outdated information.
I’m a blockchain enthusiast who is good at explaining this technology. So much so, I co-created some of the most popular blockchain courses. My co-instructor Thomas, co-created the industry standard Ethereum Certification Program CBDE.
Now the chances are…
To put it simply, you're following tutorials which aren't thorough enough!
You don’t need to purchase this training, but if you’re like thousands of the developers I’ve spoken to there's a strong chance you want to be more proficient with blockchain.
With that being said...
Most people join these sorts of training programs, and never even go through them.
I don't want that to be you!
For one, it's a waste of your time. Secondly, from a totally selfish perspective it makes me look bad. If no one is getting results, it doesn't look good for the future of blockchain.
But here is why I'm telling you...
I promise that if you take the time you’ll be proficient in not only the basics, but also solidity development and ethereum smart contract development workflows.
Instead of theory, you will learn practical skills as we work through two projects.
This is the resource that would have saved developers a lot of confusion, stress and wasted hours, whilst on there journey of developing ethereum blockchain applications!
You'll go from zero to building up a portfolio of two ethereum blockchain applications, ensuring you proficiency levels exceed that of the industry CBDE certification.
Here are the two projects you will be building upon the ethereum blockchain, using a variety of tools such as truffle, alongside the guidance of our step-by-step tutorials inside Buidl School.
Wallet Decentralised Application
Tic-Tac-Toe Game Decentralised Application
Here's what we cover inside Buidl School, and what you'll get out of each module. By the time you've completed this, you'll have built two projects upon the blockchain.
Click to expand each module, and see the lessons inside.
Section 1: Certified Ethereum Blockchain Dev Exam Prep
Module 1: Introduction
Lesson 1: Introduction
Lesson 2: Exam Details
Module 2: Ethereum & EVM Basics
Lesson 3: A Brief History of Ethereum
Lesson 4: What are DApps?
Lesson 5: What The EVM Can & Can't Do
Lesson 6: When To Use Traditional Systems Over A Blockchain?
Lesson 7: Theory & Practice Of Hashing Algorithms
Lesson 8: Accounts, Private & Public Keys
Lesson 9: Ethereum Denominations
Lesson 10: Proof Of Work (PoW) VS. Proof Of Stake (PoS)
Lesson 11: Externally Owned Accounts (EOA) & Smart Contracts
Lesson 12: quiz - Ethereum & EVM Basics
Module 3: Ethereum Nodes & Networks
Lesson 13: What Are Ethereum Nodes?
Lesson 14: Communication Of Ethereum Nodes With Clients
Lesson 15: Blockchain Networks
Lesson 16: How Blockchain Nodes Operate
Lesson 17: The Difference Between Private, Consortium & Public Networks
Lesson 18: How Does Consensus Work?
Lesson 19: What Exactly Is A Block?
Lesson 20: How Does Mining Work?
Lesson 21: quiz - Ethereum Nodes & Networks
Module 4: Ethereum Programming Basics
Lesson 22: The Different Languages On The Ethereum Blockchain
Lesson 23: What Exactly Is Solidity & A Smart Contract?
Lesson 24: EVM Assembly & Opcodes
Lesson 25: Deep Dive Into Gas & Gas Requirements
Lesson 26: What Is A Merkle Patricia Trie & What Is It Used For?
Lesson 27: quiz - Ethereum Programming Basics
Module 5: Solidity Basics
Lesson 28: General Description Of Solidity
Lesson 29: The Typical Layout Of A Solidity File
Lesson 30: Importing Of Other Files In Solidity
Lesson 31: Comments In Solidity
Lesson 32: Solidity Value Type Variables
Lesson 33: How To Do String Comparisons
Lesson 34: Arrays In Solidity
Lesson 35: How To Use Structs In Solidity
Lesson 36: The Most Important Parts About Mappings
Lesson 37: Function, State Variable Visibility & Getter
Lesson 38: Function Modifiers
Lesson 39: The Difference Between View & Pure Functions
Lesson 40: Fallback Functions In Solidity
Lesson 41: Global Objects - The Difference Between Msg. & Tx.
Lesson 42: Loops, How They Work & When To Use Them
Lesson 43: Events In Solidity
Lesson 44: The Solidity Style Guide
Lesson 45: quiz - solidity Basics
Module 6: Ethereum Request For Comments
Lesson 46: What Is An Ethereum Request For Comments?
Lesson 47: What Exactly Is The ERC20 Token Contract?
Lesson 48: What Exactly Is The ERC721 Token Contract
Lesson 49: quiz - ethereum request For Comments
Module 7: Solidity Advanced
Lesson 50: Inheritance In Solidity
Lesson 51: What Exactly Is Web3.js?
Lesson 52: What's The MetaData & the ABI Array?
Lesson 53: Difference Between address.send() & address.transfer()
Lesson 54: Exceptions In Solidity - Throw, Assert, Require & Revert
Lesson 55: How The Low-Level Functions .call(), .callcode() & .delegatecall() Work
Lesson 56: How You Can Incorporate Low-Level Assembly In Solidity
Lesson 57: quiz - Solidity Advanced
Module 8: Truffle & Ethereum Development Frameworks
Lesson 58: What Is Truffle?
Lesson 59: How Does Truffle Work? A Quick Overview!
Lesson 60: Running Tests In Truffle
Lesson 61: quiz - Truffle & Ethereum Development Frameworks
Module 9: Contract Development Security
Lesson 62: General Security Best Practices
Lesson 63: What Is The Preferred Workflow During Blockchain Development?
Lesson 64: Best Practices For Upgrades Of The Ecosystem & Bugfixes
Lesson 65: Best Practice For Interaction With Unknown Sources
Lesson 66: The Problem Of True Randomness On The Blockchain
Lesson 67: What Is OpenZeppelin?
Lesson 68: quiz - Contract Development security
Section 2: Ethereum Development Project #1 - Wallet
Module 1: Ethereum Ecosystem - An Overview
Lesson 1: The Ethereum Ecosystem Of Frameworks, Apps & Tools
Lesson 2: Blockchain Nodes such as Go-Ethereum, Parity & Pantheon
Lesson 3: DApp Browsers And How MetaMask & MIST Work?
Lesson 4: What Is Solidity?
Lesson 5: We Talk About Remix - The Web-Based Solidity IDE
Lesson 6: How Is Web3.js and Eth.js Connected To The Ecosystem
Lesson 7: What Is Truffle & How Is It Different From Web3.js?
Lesson 8: What about React, Redux, Webpack? Do I need those to create a DApp.
Module 2: Let's Introduce Remix - The Web-Based Solidity IDE
Lesson 9: What You Will Learn
Lesson 10: This Is The Remix Overview
Lesson 11: Assignment - Open Remix & Get Started
Lesson 12: Lets Write A Simple Smart Contract In Solidity 0.5.0 & Deploy It
Lesson 13: Assignment - Write Your Own Smart Contract
Lesson 14: The Debugger Of Remix In Detail
Lesson 15: Assignment - Debug Your Smart Contract
Lesson 16: All Important Things Summarized Again
Module 3: Lets Work With MetaMask
Lesson 17: Introducing MetaMask & What You Can Do With It
Lesson 18: This Is How You Install & Configure MetaMask
Lesson 19: Assignment - Install MetaMask
Lesson 20: This Is How You Get Test-Ether for testing in MetaMask
Lesson 21: Let's Deploy our Smart Contract to Ropsten using MetaMask
Lesson 22: Let's Wrap This Section Up
Module 4: What Are DApps & How Do They Fit In The Ecosystem?
Lesson 23: What We're Talking About
Lesson 24: Ethereum On A Basic Level
Lesson 25: Unstoppable Applications - Smart Contracts
Lesson 26: How Solidity Code Is Deployed - Step by Step Explanation
Lesson 27: Why It's Important To Have Logic & Currency On The Same Blockchain
Lesson 28: Classic Examples For Distributed Applications
Lesson 29: How Access To The Blockchain Works
Lesson 30: Here Is What You Learned In This Module
Module 5: Understand Ethereums Basics To Get Started With It
Lesson 31: Intro To Ethereum Development
Lesson 32: The Ecosystem Ethereum Comprised Of DApps & DAOs
Lesson 33: You Must Be Aware Of What Ether & Accounts Are
Lesson 34: How To Compile, Deploy & Instantiate Contracts
Lesson 35: Lets Work with Ganache, Ganache-CLI & Developer Networks
Lesson 36: Get Started With Configuring, Running & Working With The Go Ethereum Client
Lesson 37: See The Exact Setup Process For A Private Network
Lesson 38: Lets Summarize This Important Section
Lesson 39: Assignment - Understand Ethereum-Basics To Get Started With It
Module 6: Lets Now Cover All The Aspects Of Solidity
Lesson 40: Discussing Solidity
Lesson 41: The DApp We’re Going To Create
Lesson 42: Contract Classes, Functions & The Constructor
Lesson 43: The Different Variables You Must Understand
Lesson 44: Mappings & Structs On A Deeper Level
Lesson 45: Inheritance & Abstract Contracts
Lesson 46: You Must Understand Libraries So Lets Dive In
Lesson 47: Lets Now Jump Into Global Variables
Lesson 48: How Events Work In Solidity
Lesson 49: The Fallback Function In Solidity
Lesson 50: Assignment - Understanding Solidity
Lesson 51: Assignment Solution
Module 7: Implementing The Actual Wallet
Lesson 52: Module Introduction
Lesson 53: The Plan for our Shared Wallet
Lesson 54: Implementing The First Part
Lesson 55: Let's Add Some Events Into Our Smart Contract
Lesson 56: Implementing The Allow & Disallow Functions
Lesson 57: Now Lets Implement The Admin-Functions
Lesson 58: KillWallet Functionality - How The Selfdestruct Function Works
Lesson 59: Adding Complexity With Structs & Mappings To Count The Withdrawals
Lesson 60: The Final Code
Section 3: Ethereum Development Project #2 - Tic Tac Toe Game
Module 1: Solidity Basics - The Foundations For Our Game
Lesson 1: Understanding Remix
Lesson 2: Layout Of A Solidity File
Lesson 3: Alternatives To Solidity
Lesson 4: Types Of Variables You Need For The Game
Lesson 5: Functions In Solidity
Lesson 6: Addresses & The Global Msg-Object
Lesson 7: Denominations In Ethereum
Lesson 8: Storing Ether Safely
Lesson 9: Introduction To Arrays
Lesson 10: Structs - Your Own Datatype In Solidity
Lesson 11: Difference Between A Call & Transaction
Lesson 12: Exceptions In Solidity
Lesson 13: Events in Solidity
Lesson 14: The Most Important Changes in Solidity
Lesson 15: How To Work With Times In Solidity
Module 2: Our Game In Solidity Developed With Remix
Lesson 16: Basic Game Functionality
Lesson 17: How A Second Player Can Join The Game
Lesson 18: Defining Our Game Board
Lesson 19: Adding A Function To Determine Winning Or Losing
Lesson 20: Getting the Draw Right
Lesson 21: Assignment - Add Events
Lesson 22: Assignment Discussion - Game Events
Lesson 23: Adding An Economic Incentive To Our Game - It's Payable
Lesson 24: Assignment - Payout When Draw
Lesson 25: Discussion & Solution Of The Assignment
Lesson 26: What Happens If A Player Stops Playing?
Lesson 27: Playing A Full Game In Remix
Module 3: Introduction To Truffle
Lesson 28: An Introduction To Truffle
Lesson 29: Difference Between Truffle-Contract & Web3
Lesson 30: Installing Truffle
Lesson 31: Unboxing Our First Project
Lesson 32: Introduction To Atom For Solidity Development
Lesson 33: Difference Between TestRPC, Ganache & Developer Console
Lesson 34: Updates to Truffle Webpack Box
Lesson 35: Setting Up The Truffle Environment For Our Game
Lesson 36: Understanding & Working With Truffle-Contract & Artifacts
Module 4: Automated Testing With Truffle
Lesson 37: Introduction To The Testing Framework That Comes With Truffle
Lesson 39: Testing Winning & Losing
Lesson 40: Assignment - Test The Draw
Lesson 41: Adapting The HTML & Introduction To The Game Field
Lesson 42: App.js File & How It Connects To The Blockchain
Lesson 44: Implementing The Create Game Or Join Game Functionality
Lesson 45: Bringing Our Game-Board To Life
Lesson 46: Showing X Or O When Playing A Game
Lesson 47: Listening To Events When A Player Joins
Lesson 48: Let's Listen To The 'NextPlayer' Event
Lesson 49: Assignment - Inform User When Winning/Losing/Drawing
Lesson 50: Assignment Discussion - Listening To The Right Events & Stop Watching
Lesson 51: Adding Design With Bootstrap
Lesson 52: Assignment - Hiding/Showing The Right Elements
Lesson 53: Assignment Discussion - The Last Important Fix
Module 6: Metamask
Lesson 54: An Introduction To MetaMask
Lesson 55: Downloading & Installing MetaMask
Lesson 56: Guiding You Around In MetaMask
Lesson 57: Get Some Ether From The Rinkeby Faucet
Lesson 58: Send Some Ether From One Account To Another
Lesson 59: Connect MetaMask To Our Truffle Developer Console
Lesson 60: Observe And Play One Game In MetaMask, Chrome & FireFox
Module 7: Deployment
Lesson 61: How We Can Deploy The Game
This course alone is the most comprehensive ethereum development course online. With our bonuses bundled, you can be assured you're on a fast-track to mastery.
Apply what you learn with hands-on exercises, curated resource guides, and even quiz's to bake all that blockchain development know-how in.
Access our exclusive ethereum development e-book. This handbook shows you how to execute the most important techniques from the course.
No question is too challenging! You can use our built-in course discussion board to receive personalised replies to your question in hours.
The blockchain ecosytem moves fast. This is why we're commited to course updates, ensuring this course remains an excellent investment for you.
Hey, Thomas & Ravinder here!
We've been working with ethereum since 2016, and have gained in-depth blockchain knowledge.
We have volunteered at the united nations on bitcoin adoption, co-created the industry ethereum certification and more.
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Join over 120,000 students, who have trusted us to take their blockchain skills to the next level.
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What Order Should I Take The Video Sections In?
As a beginner you should ideally take the modules in chronological order. However we know some people are more advanced than others, hence you can take any section at anytime.
How Long Will It Take To Complete Buidl School?
Buidl School is designed to be something you come back to often. Reason being as this ecosystem evolves, so does our curriculum. The length of all our content is currently 20 hours.
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How Often Is Buidl School Updated?
We know just how fast the ethereum blockchain ecosystem moves, hence why you see so many outdated tutorials online. We proudly update, and add to our content monthly.
Why Join Buidl School Instead Of Watching Youtube?
Youtube is amazing. However soon enough you’ll find the content you crave isn’t detailed enough. Buidl School is here to give you a no nonsense dive into this entire ecosystem.