Solidity - An Introduction to the Ethereum Smart Contract Programming Language

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Solidity is the programming language of the future.

It gives you the rare and sought-after superpower to program against the "Internet Computer", i.e., against decentralized Blockchains such as Ethereum, Binance Smart Chain, Ethereum Classic, Tron, and Avalanche - to mention just a few Blockchain infrastructures that support Solidity.

In particular, Solidity allows you to
create smart contracts, i.e., pieces of code that automatically execute on specific conditions in a completely decentralized environment. For example, smart contracts empower you to create your own decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) that run on Blockchains without being subject to centralized control.

NFTs, DeFi, DAOs, and Blockchain-based games are all based on smart contracts.

This course is a simple, low-friction introduction to creating your first smart contract using the Remix IDE on the Ethereum testnet - without fluff, significant upfront costs to purchase ETH, or unnecessary complexity.

At the end of this course,
you'll have created a super simple smart contract, and you'll know about concepts such as GAS fees, programming environments, Ethereum transactions vs. computations, and many more core Ethereum concepts.

Let's start building the future today! 👨‍🚀

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Yogesh Kulkarni

Yogesh is a senior software engineer with 10+ years experience in Software design, coding, testing and product development and software development knowledge in embedded systems and IoT.  He focuses on the complete software development cycle, including design, coding, testing, continuous integration/delivery, and DevOps.

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