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Come and join us in the most popular blockchain masterclass in NYC – Understand blockchain from the inside out directly from practitioners with proven track records and deep real-world experience. Network with industry professionals in an engaging, stimulating and immersive full day masterclass taught by a Columbia University and NYU professor, blockchain architect and global speaker.
Expect about 8+ hours of instruction time that often goes past 5.30pm, heavy engagement, Q&A and student interaction. The learning will be intense, fun, current and engaging. Our course material is actively revised, no two classes are identical.
If you are an executive, manager, developer, devops, dev lead, entrepreneur, cryptocurrency or blockchain enthusiast and need structured and deep technical understanding of blockchain then this course is all you need. This course is designed for non-technical people looking for a technical understanding of blockchain.
The Chainhaus Certificate of Completion will be issued to all participants who attend and complete the course. The certificate and proof of it will be stored on blockchain, i.e. your certificate of completion will be registered on the Bitcoin blockchain as proof of completion.
COURSE MATERIALS PROVIDED
Every student will be provided with a printed and bound course book (approximately 100+ pages, 450 slides) and contact information for follow-up with the Professor for questions after the masterclass.
MINIMUM LEARNING OUTCOMES
New for this class: Stablecoins
Bonus: How to launch a blockchain business or pivot your career into the blockchain space.
Understand the business and value proposition of blockchain, enterprise distributed ledger technology
Understand cryptography, hashing, public/private key, elliptic curve algorithms, cryptographic attack vectors
The technical trade-offs and architectures leading up to the blockchain within the world of distributed computing. Including concepts like a peer-to-peer network, Byzantine Fault Tolerance, Byzantine General’s Problem, Multi-phased commits, cache synchronization
Open up the blockchain and peek under the hood: Blockchain data structures like blocks, chains, transactions, accounts, addresses – see how it all works and how it all fits together
Understand consensus algorithms, what they are and why we need them, including algorithms like Proof of Work, Proof of Stake, Delegated Proof of Stake, Proof of Elapsed Time, Proof of Authority, RAFT, Hashgraph, Notary services
Understanding the different blockchains and the varying value propositions and architectures: Bitcoin, Ethereum, HyperLedger Fabric, Hashgraph, EOS, NEO, NEM, Quorum, Corda, Ripple
Understanding the HyperLedger suite: Fabric, Burrow, Indy, Iroha, Sawtooth and how it all fits together
Understand blockchain topologies such as DAGs
Smart contracts: What they are, how to write one, Solidity examples, use cases, OPCODE, auditing and attack vectors
Understand the different asset tokenization strategies and how to create liquidity, fractionalization and distribution of tokenized assets.
Understand the future and impact of quantum computing, quantum-resistant crypto and algorithms
Become familiar with the future of blockchain & upcoming technologies: Casper, sharding, Ethereum Vyper, Homestead
Explore the most popular blockchain use cases: Supply chain, real estate, trading, HFT, Fintech
The mechanics of forks including hard, soft and software forks and how versioning is used to track it on the blockchain
Understand the core issues around decentralized ID and identity management
Learn how to launch an STO: Walk through an actually token offering on the blockchain and see how tokens are created, issued and tracked. Evaluate the technical architecture of an STO, the process of issuing a coin, observing transactions on chain of ICO funds moving in and out of ICO wallets, real-life smart contract analysis
Learn about token economics and how to use game theory and monte carlo simulations to predict token prices, identify risks and price out a token offering
Bonus: Machine learning & Big data: Applying machine learning and big data concepts to blockchain
“I’ve had many conversations on blockchain but this is the first time I actually understood it.” – Katherine Sanden, Math and Computer Science Teacher at Menlo School
“The course was informative, interactive and thought-provoking, and well paced. It was just the right mix of technical, theoretical and practical information. Thank you for a brilliant course” – Elham Bambaei, Vice President, Citibank
“Jamiel (Instructor) is deeply knowledgeable about blockchain.” – Diana Doroftei, Oliver Wyman Management Consulting
“I could not have gotten more out of this class. They are so many different sources of information out there, but the group here, in particular, has studied it enough to become experts and have given me at least two or three very tangible action items I can take back to work” – Lisabeth Wirth, Marsh & McLennan Companies
“I had the time to ask questions. I had those questions answered in depth and I walked away from this as a long-time IT professional, ready and raring to go in this space.” – Beverly Burnett, Senior Technical Project Manager, AIG
“This is the best blockchain training I’ve taken so far. We covered cryptography, hashing and the difference between fungible and non-fungible tokens. It was amazing.” – Shagufta Sayani, Deloitte
“I would recommend this course to business leaders and technology professionals looking into the blockchain, bitcoin and cryptocurrency. ” Alaa Lasheen, Head of PMO at Alexbank
“The full-day Blockchain Bootcamp was instrumental in helping me understand the basis of the technology. It’s fully immersive and interactive nature makes the course great for learners at every stage.” – Steve Nson, CEO and Founder at InnovativeCRE
“Very informative & well-organized day.” – Jason Patience, Enterprise Technology Sales Professional
This is an intensive deep dive into blockchain and blockchain-related technologies applicable to tech and non-tech individuals. This is for individuals that are looking to understand the impact of blockchain to their careers or industries and want to formulate and understand potential risks and opportunities.
Blockchain is poised to be one of the most disruptive technologies to ever impact business. Cryptocurrencies notwithstanding, the breadth and depth of impact are breathtaking. This disruption is unfolding as we speak. Blockchain technologies are impacting industries and sectors globally and are poised to make sweeping changes – financials, banking, trading, supply chain, logistics, healthcare and more. Given this backdrop, a large number of executives and leaders are looking for ways to understand blockchain in a way that can help them identify risks and opportunities.
This is a “no fluff” course that delivers deep insights and knowledge and offers the chance for you to network with seasoned professionals and peers.
This course is specifically for people who wish to be technically savvy but don’t want the “geek” speak – business executives and leaders that wish to forego the pie-in-the-sky hype and excessive technical jargon but instead get the facts that matter to make the decisions needed for short and long term.
Think of this course as management consulting minus the high fees. If you are looking to take a deep dive into the blockchain world and walk away with actionable next steps that can move your organization forward then this course is for you.
Chainhaus is dedicated to and passionate about your education and blockchain. We deliver classes globally and specialize in blockchain, AI and data science. We are geeks with MBAs and mystics of the dark blockchain arts 🙂 We live, eat and breath blockchain everyday building solutions for large customers and running events. We not only teach blockchain but code & develop dapps and are business owners with a strong understanding of the industry and how it can be applied to businesses.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Professor Jamiel Sheikh is CEO of Chainhaus and organizer of the Blockchain NYC Meetup with over 20 years of experience with distributed computing, application development and complex large-scale enterprise solutions as a coder and architect. Jamiel currently runs one of the largest Blockchain Meetup groups in NYC and in the US with over 4,000 active enthusiasts. Chainhaus is an advisory and development firm that specializes in complex blockchain and cryptocurrency solutions, tokenomics, decentralized applications, and marketing.
Jamiel is a graduate professor at Columbia, NYU and CUNY, where he teaches blockchain, performance management and data science respectively. He has an MBA from Columbia University, BBA from Baruch College and is completing an MS in Artificial Intelligence from Georgia Institute of Technology.
More information on his bio is available on LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/jamiel
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