(SAN FRANCISCO – September 28, 2023) Linux Foundation Training & Certification is pleased to announce the new Hyperledger Fabric Certified Practitioner (HFCP) certification. The certification is designed for IT professionals, full-stack and DevOps engineers as well as software developers to prove their skills and knowledge on Hyperledger Fabric to prospective employers.
Those that earn the certification will have demonstrated experience in understanding the fundamentals of Hyperledger Fabric, including:
- chaincode lifecycle
- ledger state manipulation
- private data handling
- endorsement policies
- expertise implementing & connecting client applications.
“Hyperledger Fabric pros are in high-demand across a number of industries including healthcare, IoT, supply chain, manufacturing, tech as well as financial services,” said Clyde Seepersad, SVP, General Manager, Training & Certification, Linux Foundation. “Professionals who can prove they can hit the ground running will put themselves ahead of the competition as the job market tightens.”
“Hyperledger Fabric is the most widely deployed permissioned enterprise blockchain platform,” said Daniela Barbosa, Executive Director, Hyperledger Foundation, and General Manager Blockchain and Identity at the Linux Foundation. “New deployments, with increasing size and complexity, are rolling out regularly across corporations and governments worldwide, supported by internal teams as well as vendors and service and cloud providers. This certification is an effective way for these organizations to find and hire the highly skilled engineers and developers they need to deploy their Hyperledger Fabric-based solutions and ensure their performance and scale.”
Enrollment in the 90-minute online exam includes one retake. Those that successfully pass the exam receive a PDF certificate as well as a digital badge. The exam explores four domains and competencies:
- Fundamentals of Blockchain (16%)
- Hyperledger Fabric Networks (36%)
- Smart Contracts (24%)
- Client Applications (24%)
To learn more or to enroll, please visit: https://training.linuxfoundation.org/certification/hyperledger-fabric-certified-practitioner-hfcp/.
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J Scott Punk
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