Our friends at Hyperledger, an open source collaborative effort created to advance cross-industry blockchain technologies, recently launched a new blog series outlining educational resources that can be accessed remotely while many of us remain under shelter-in-place orders. These resources are posted weekly on Friday afternoons on the Hyperledger blog, and are very useful for anyone looking to learn about blockchain generally, or those who want to drill down into specific Hyperledger projects like Aries, Fabric, Indy, Sawtooth and others.
Four weeks of posts are already live, covering:
- Linux Foundation Hyperledger training and certification offerings
- Free blockchain-based identity courses, free access to the Association for Computing Machinery digital library, and Hyperledger Global Forum 2020 videos
- Virtual meetings, the Online Certification Study Circle, and Stop COVID-19 Hackathon
- Upcoming webinars and virtual meetups, along with applications for summer mentorships
Be sure to keep an eye on the Hyperledger blog for new updates each week, and also check out all our blockchain training and certification offerings. And if you have suggestions for resources or events that Hyperleger should spotlight in a future Weekend Update, let them know here using #HLWeekendUpdate.