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In Certified Blockchain Developer—Hyperledger Fabric (CBDH) Complete Video Course, seasoned IT veteran and current blockchain subject matter expert, Joseph Holbrook, provides an in-depth exploration of developing blockchain solutions, which are quickly becoming the de facto, decentralized method for verifying and tracking cryptocurrency and other digital transactions.
While the primary objective of this LiveLessons video course is to provide you with all of the information you need to prepare for and pass the Blockchain Training Alliance CBDH exam, the course also delves into planning and preparing production-ready applications for the Hyperledger blockchain; learning how to work effectively with blockchain engineers and technical leaders; select appropriate Hyperledger blockchain systems for various use cases; and write, test, and deploy secure chain code.
Whether you are seeking to gain the CBDH certification or simply looking to enhance your blockchain development skills, Joseph Holbrook’s instruction through deep-dive discussion, whiteboarding analysis, and practical demos will ensure that you boost your confidence and skills in working with this burgeoning disruptor approach to digital transactions.
The Certified Blockchain Solution Architect (CBDH) exam is an elite way to demonstrate your knowledge and skills in this emerging space. Additionally, you will become a member of a community of Blockchain leaders.
Learn How To
- Architect Hyperledger blockchain solutions
- Work effectively with blockchain engineers and technical leaders
- Choose appropriate blockchain systems for various use cases
- Work effectively with both public and permissioned blockchain systems
- Prepare to successfully pass the Blockchain Training Alliance Certified Blockchain Developer—Hyperledger Fabric (CBDH) exam
Lesson 1, “Certified Blockchain Developer Hyperledger,” covers the Certified Blockchain Developer—Hyperledger Fabric certification and the value that the certification brings to the table for the candidate. This lesson introduces the objectives required to understand to successfully pass the CBDH exam.
Lesson 2, “How a Blockchain Works,” provides an overview of blockchain components, components, encryption and privacy. The lesson covers basic blockchain terminology to ensure you start the course with the required blockchain knowledge.
Lesson 3, “Blockchain Architecture Review,” discusses the blockchain basics of permissioned and permissionless blockchains; public or private blockchains; and smart contracts. A review of trust is also in order to establish how blockchain can enable a trustless feature.
Lesson 4, “Hyperledger Project Overview,” examines the Hyperledger Project and the history, basics, and portfolio that you need to know. This lesson also covers the potential value that Hyperledger can bring to organizations with blockchain frameworks.
Lesson 5, “Hyperledger Framework Comparisons,” explores the Hyperledger Framework then compares and contrasts the blockchains in the framework. The lesson also goes over use cases for Hyperledger as well as some specific Hyperledger Fabric Terminology.
Lesson 6, “Hyperledger Fabric,” delves into the features of Hyperledger Fabric and the basics of Consensus, Transactions and Design Best Practices. This lesson also covers the basics of a consortium network.
Lesson 7, “Hyperledger Fundamentals and Components,” covers the Hyperledger Fabric Fundamentals and Components specifically around Nodes, Peers, Ordering, Ledgers and Membership Services.
Lesson 8, “Hyperledger Transactions,” reviews the Hyperledger Fabric transactions specifically around endorsing, ordering, and validating the transactions. The lesson covers Kafka and other supported ordering services.
Lesson 9, “Deploying Hyperledger Fabric on a BaaS,” examines the Hyperledger Fabric deploying process and how to download the blockchain. In addition, the lesson covers Blockchain as a Service options.
Lesson 10, “Installing Hyperledger Fabric,” explores the Hyperledger Fabric installation process and how to download the blockchain. You will also learn about the resources that need to be utilized and the prerequisites.
Lesson 11, “Hyperledger Fabric Explorer,” covers the Hyperledger Fabric Explorer, how to install the Explorer, and how to view transactions.
Lesson 12, “Hyperledger Composer,” examines the Hyperledger Fabric Composer and Composer Playground. You will learn how to use the development platform and validate your chaincode.
Lesson 13, “Hyperledger Development,” surveys Hyperledger Fabric development, specifically best practices, chaincode, and APIs.
Lesson 14, “Bootstrapping,” examines the Hyperledger Fabric bootstrapping and networking service discovery.
Lesson 15, “Course Wrap-up,” reviews the modules in the this course and provides preparation strategies for taking the exam and information on the process for taking the exam. You will also learn what you can expect after passing the exam as well as the function of the different professional roles in a blockchain environment.
01 Certified Blockchain Developer–Hyperledger Fabric – Introduction
02 Module introduction
03 Learning objectives
04 1.1 What Is a CBDH
05 1.2 Audience for the Certification
06 1.3 Skillsets Required for Success
07 1.4 Objectives of the Exam
08 1.5 Certification Value
09 Learning objectives
10 2.1 Blockchain Basics
11 2.2 Blockchain Key Components
12 2.3 Blockchain Comparison
13 2.4 Blockchain Consensus Algorithms
14 2.5 Encryption Basics
15 2.6 Crypto Hashing
16 2.7 Crypto Hashing Demo
17 2.8 History of Blockchain and Hyperledger
18 Learning objectives
19 3.1 Blockchain Architecture Overview
20 3.2 Blockchain Trust or Trustless
21 3.3 Blockchain Permissioned or Permissionless
22 3.4 Blockchain Smart Contracts
23 3.5 Tokenization
24 3.6 IAM
25 3.7 Blockchain Terminology Review
26 Module introduction
27 Learning objectives
28 4.1 What is the Hyperledger Project
29 4.2 Hyperledger Infrastructure
30 4.3 Hyperledger Project Frameworks
31 4.4 Hyperledger Tools
32 4.5 Hyperledger Project Overview
33 4.6 Use Case Discussion
34 4.7 Hyperledger Terminology
35 Learning objectives
36 5.1 Hyperledger Framework Blockchain Comparison
37 5.2 Hyperledger Fabric Use Cases
38 5.3 Use Case Whiteboard
39 Learning objectives
40 6.1 Hyperledger Fabric Features
41 6.2 Hyperledger Fabric Modular Design
42 6.3 Hyperledger Fabric Consensus
43 6.4 Hyperledger Fabric Transactions
44 6.5 Hyperledger Fabric Consortium Network
45 6.6 Hyperledger Fabric Design
46 6.7 Hyperledger Fabric Services
47 6.8 Hyperledger Fabric Ledger
48 6.9 Hyperledger Fabric Versions
49 Learning objectives
50 7.1 Membership Services
51 7.2 Ordering Services (Kafka, SBFT & SOLO)
52 7.3 Ordering Services (Kafka, SBFT & SOLO) Whiteboard
53 7.4 Node Types and Roles
54 7.5 Channels
55 7.6 Channels Whiteboard
56 7.7 Ledgers and Database Options
57 7.8 Ledgers and Database Options WhiteBoard
58 7.9 Certificates and Certificate Authority
59 7.10 Chaincode Services
60 7.11 Organizations
61 7.12 Endorsement Policies
62 7.13 Endorsement Policies Whiteboard
63 7.14 APIs
64 Learning objectives
65 8.1 Transaction Workflow High Level
66 8.2 Transaction Workflow Deep Dive Whiteboard
67 8.3 Participants and Identities
68 8.4 Gossip Protocol
69 8.5 Transactions Per Second (TPS)