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Many people are excited about the promises of Ethereum and are itching to create a new generation of decentralized applications for the web.
However, navigating the Ethereum landscape as a developer can be very confusing, since writing apps for the blockchain requires grasping many new concepts. On top of that, most tutorials are out-of-date or use deprecated tools in a rapidly changing ecosystem, making it hard to even know where to start.
That's why I've created this course, where beginners can create a complete DApp from start to finish, using common best practices from the Ethereum ecosystem.
By the end of the tutorial, you will have all the skills required to design your own smart contracts in Solidity, hooking them up to a modern web interface, and create your very own token sale to help you successfully kickstart future blockchain projects.
In short, this is the tutorial that I wish existed when I first started learning Ethereum.
We briefly go through the history of cryptocurrency and blockchain systems to give you some context for Ethereum.