Depending on who you ask, blockchains are useful documentation tools, the foundation of a new form of finance, or even a new type of lifeform. Yet when you cut through the hype, you find a new and incredibly powerful tool with an enormous range of applications. The Blockchain Bootcamp Certification Training Bundle can get you up to speed on this world-changing tech. It's on sale for only $19.99.
At its most basic, a blockchain is a list of heavily encrypted and linked records. As each block is added, it contains information about the block before it. This makes them more difficult to alter because to change one block means you change all of them.
This creates records that can be made public, thus encouraging transparency, or used as a form of verification; in order to add a new block to the chain, everybody involved must have blockchains that match precisely.
In this three-course bundle, the training team at ITU Online shows just how powerful blockchains can be in any situation that requires transparency and control of records. Founded in 2012, ITU has delivered online, high-quality video courses to 650,000 students, more than 200 companies, and over 50 public entities, and from that experience, they've tied each course to a specific goal.
The first course focuses on blockchains in an enterprise environment, incorporating them into legacy systems and for business use cases. The second focuses on the Blockchain Training Alliance Certified Blockchain Solutions Architect (CBSA) certification, offering an exam overview and grounding in topics you might explore. And finally, there's an intensive course for the Certified Blockchain Developer – Hyperledger certification, looking at the open-source blockchain technologies, how they can be implemented, and why. It's ideal for IT managers, product designers, coders, and anyone looking to better grasp the meaning behind the buzz.
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