Getting Started with Hyperledger Fabric
- Brief Background and Introduction
- Binary and Docker Images
- Hyperledger Fabrics Samples
Setting up a Hyperledger Network
- Network Artifacts
- Bringing Network Up or Down
- Crypto Generator and Configuration Transaction
- Starting the Network
- Environment Variables
- Channels and Chaincode
- Query and Invokes
- Docker Logs
- Chaincode Logs
Your First Application
- Setting up a Test Network
- Network-Application Interactions
- Playing with Ledger
- Updates and Modifications
- A prior knowldege of programming and a basic understanding of blockchain networks is high recommended
- Knowledge of Node.JS is highly recommended
- Some experience with Linux/Unix environment is preferred
- Good to have an open source technology exposure
I genuinely enjoyed the mode of interaction.
Trainer knows very well the subject. He try to give a lot of examples in order that we understand "how" it is working. He answer to all questions raised. Very available.
christel salve - BICS
I liked the practical exercises on Solidity and Chain.com.
Learning about new things, I mean trainer show us a lot about new thing that related to block chain technology.
SOK AN ENG
I really liked the i like his explanation.
Great knowledge of the lecturer and easy way of passing it over.
Bartosz Matuszek - Weegree Sp. z o.o. Sp.k.
The trainer's knowledge was impressive.
Piotr Masłowski - ING Bank Śląski S.A.
Analysis of the code and shortcomings in Fabric.