|Learn To Program the Blockchain With Devslopes For Free|
|Written by Nikos Vaggalis|
|Monday, 02 July 2018|
It is strongly believed that AI together with the Blockchain is the upcoming revolution in technology. Professionals in these areas are expected to be highly sought after. Recognizing this need, Devslopes aims to transform any beginner to a professional and currently has a very attractive offer that amounts to free training.
We've recently looked into the Blockchain technology and its future in watching and reviewing the EU Blockchain Observatory and Forum's Blockchain AMA which revolved around the Blockchain's applications on a pan-European level.
Since the EU Commission is so fond of this novel technology, you certainly get the feeling that you have to do something about it to prepare for a Blockchain-powered future.
Devslopes is one of the most recently founded e-learning projects, funded by Kickstarter and branded as the:
"world's most effective and affordable platform to learn how to code".
As part of its promotional campaign, Devslopes offers two of its Blockchain courses for free by applying 100% off coupons.
The first one is Beginner Blockchain & Architecture which goes through the basics. In detail what you'll learn is:
This program is for everyone and is strongly recommended to take it before any other training programs.
The second is Certified NEM Blockchain Developer, the world’s most developer friendly blockchain platform.In this course you'll learn :
How to get both those course for free:
Beginner Blockchain & Architecture - $400 off
Certified NEM Blockchain Developer - $600 off
Skip the relevant steps if already completed while buying the first course.
To access all Devslopes material you have to install its client app from https://www.devslopes.com/download-app and login with your Devslopes account.
So wait no more for kickstarting your Blockchain powered-career, and save yourself a few hundred bucks!
EU Blockchain Observatory and Forum Blockchain AMA
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|Last Updated ( Monday, 02 July 2018 )|