Forget everything you've heard about blockchain from social media. Now, you will build a blockchain system from ground zero in Go to really understand the ins and outs of this peer-to-peer, distributed technology.
You will follow the story of a software developer who is looking to revolutionize his local bar by implementing blockchain technology for its payment system.
This eBook is how you'll discover the benefits of working with cutting-edge technology. Blockchain is changing industries, building communities and shifting the job market.
This is for you if:
You already know how to develop CRUD and REST API for a monolith.
Relational databases are too stable, and honestly, a bit boring.
Micro-services are a nightmare.
Blockchain database has a unique peer-to-peer autonomous design. You learn Go, Cryptography, Event-Based Architecture, and other concepts required for Web 3.0 vision.
Blockchain Development is the most emerging job position, with unparalleled 33x growth. Source.
High demand and few good developers, means you'll be able to set the price, and terms you're happy with.
Remote blockchain developers can earn up to $200,000. Source.
Web 3.0 core principles aim to reduce corruption in the world and improve transparency in all industries from shipping, manufacturing, trading, and others.
Focus on data privacy. There is no reason your Instagram vacation picture, should be stored in a commercial database for sale to advertisers.
Free speech censorship, a basic human right.
To explore what you can program and achieve with blockchain programming it's best to look at what's being done right now.
Right now, an international bank transfer takes between 3-10 business days and can cost 5% of the transferred value! That's $500 for $10,000. The technology behind? FTP + CSV files.
Blockchain saves data in an immutable distributed ledger. Every participant can monitor and control its funds independently, safely, and in real-time.
Banking systems didn't change or improve in nearly four decades! Major players? Santander, Bank of America.
Thanks to the distributed, tamper-proof blockchain records, Companies such as Wallmart, FedEx track their products across the globe.
Cryptographically secured documents, their exchange, and location.
Forget about usernames and passwords stored on centralized servers running in basements of companies too cheap to hire a security expert. Blockchain uses universal digital certificates to secure your online profile, documents, and identity.
Verify the authenticity of digital messages or documents.
Companies can plug-in into the blockchain systems and don't have to re-invent the security protocols and suffer unnecessary data breaches.
9/10 devs don't understand blockchain (not in the programming sense), but in the "why does this exist sense".
"It's slow", "it's useless" – "it's NOT".
Everything we know about blockchain tells us it's innovative, it's in demand, and it's changing the world. I can't change your mind and how you feel about it, and honestly, I'm amazed you got this far down the page.
When you understand how powerful blockchain is.
When you know it's going to be a learning curve.
When you can see how it'll change industries.
And you're still reading, then there's only 1 thing left to do.
Free eBook + Weekly blockchain tutorials!
13 extensive chapters with 3 years of content maintenance.
The flagship material on starting with blockchain development for back-end developers!
Learning: You generate and distribute first blockchain tokens.
Learning: You manually persist new activity into a file system.
Learning: You develop a CLI controlled database from scratch.
Learning: You find out how little rights users posses in their favourite apps.
Learning: You discover the main blockchain's value proposition.
Learning: You make your DB immutable via secure cryptographic hash functions.
Learning: You redesign and refactor your MVP database into a blockchain architecture.
Learning: You program a HTTP server in Go and deploy your program to AWS.
Learning: You design a basic peer-to-peer communication algorithm.
Learning: You implement a p2p database replication.
Learning: You make your program fully decentralized and independent.
Learning: You program a decentralized authentication and authorization using asymmetric cryptography.
Contains 7 FREE eBook chapters + Github repository with full-source code.
Follow how the main protagonist Andrej, a web developer by day and a bartender by night, learns real-world use of blockchain through the growth of his new business venture: "The Blockchain Bar".
Hi, I am Lukas Lukac. An ex-trivago software engineer, author and blockchain coach.
For the last 2 years, I've spent close to 10h a day developing blockchain software and educational resources; it's not enough.
In April 2020 I started to work with software developers, and focus my time on the new era of Web 3.0 development – championing blockchain development amongst devs.
For those seeking to learn the latest in innovative technology, wanting to be part of a small community of blockchain developers and enjoy all the professional perks that come with it – you should start reading the eBook.Have a question? Contact me on LinkedIn