Computer Scientists, Developers, tech-savvy individuals, and those who would like to learn more about public blockchains
The goal of this course is to explain Ethereum, one of the largest development frameworks. Ethereum works in the public domain and can also be utilized in private settings. The participants will learn how to interact with the Ethereum Virtual Machine through many practical hands-on examples. For this purpose, a virtual machine has been configured so that the participants can practice with smart contacts and coding.
Interactive lecture, group work, practical practice activities, reflection