2.1 Solidity, Blockchain, and Smart Contract Course – Beginner to Expert Python Tutorial
This course will give you a full introduction into all of the core concepts in blockchain, smart contracts, solidity, NFTs/ERC721s, ERC20s, Coding Decentralized Finance (DeFi), python and solidity, Chainlink, Ethereum, upgradable smart contracts, and full stack blockchain development.
2.2 How to make NFT Art with On-Chain Metadata | FULL HARDHART / JS TUTORIAL! (w/ Polygon & Opensea)
We explore the world of using SVGs to generate random NFT ImageURIs and Metadata 100% on-chain.
These customized smart contracts were deployed to the Polygon chain, so you can see exactly how we did this!
9. Blockchain-based Systems Engineering – Lecture Slides
This GitHub-repository contains all contents of the lecture Blockchain-based Systems Engineering (IN2359), held regularly in the summer term at the Technical University of Munich, starting in 2018.
About 500 students regularly enroll in the course.
- Lecture: Prof. Dr. Florian Matthes
- Exercises / Tutorials: Ulrich Gallersdörfer
Slide deck 13 (Corda) created with support of Gonzalo Munilla Garrido and Susanne Stahnke.
A 6-week onboarding program for new full-time PL Network contributors to quickly ramp up their InterPlanetary web3 knowledge, grow strong community bonds, and find their best-fit role in the PL Network.
Here are some common questions that people asked who want to learn a Web3:
There are Web3 jobs where you only do smart contracts, with emphasis on security and optimization of each line, all in Solidity.
Other Web3 jobs will require you build nice UI/UX in React (most probably) and you'll only need the basic knowledge to interact with a smart contract from JS, but you should be really good building UIs.
So I'd recommend:
1. Give Solidity a try.
2. Give ReactJS a try, and see how it feels.
If you're more passionate about UIs, you can focus on that and learn just the basics of Smart Contracts in Solidty (that wouldn't take many days I think), then you go all-in into React.
But if you don't like building UIs and prefer the Smart Contracts world, you can go all-in into Solidity and if you become a master of understanding and building SCs then the world is yours!
Then there are areas of specialization, like focusing on DeFi only, or NFTs only. There are so many possibilities!
Follow your passion and keep learning and I think this is the way!