scp94373
about 1 year ago  Karma: 157
Practising Solidity

Dear all,

So I'm currently looking for a job in the blockchain world as a solidity developer, I'm still learning and wish to 'practise' what I have learnt plus build up a portfolio, however I have a task I need to complete for a company which I want to, but I keep forgetting certain things in solidity, so I think I need to practise it more by creating small applications/contracts. Any ideas on where I can start? Or if someone wouldn't mind being on call for my questions, I find that researching takes up the majority of my time.

Alternatively, if there are any companies out there looking for a junior solidity developer and wish to help get me trained up properly, I'm open to offers.

Kind regards,

Sam

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#solidity
DApps Developer
training
scp94373
about 1 year ago  Karma: 157
Practising Solidity

Dear all,

So I'm currently looking for a job in the blockchain world as a solidity developer, I'm still learning and wish to 'practise' what I have learnt plus build up a portfolio, however I have a task I need to complete for a company which I want to, but I keep forgetting certain things in solidity, so I think I need to practise it more by creating small applications/contracts. Any ideas on where I can start? Or if someone wouldn't mind being on call for my questions, I find that researching takes up the majority of my time.

Alternatively, if there are any companies out there looking for a junior solidity developer and wish to help get me trained up properly, I'm open to offers.

Kind regards,

Sam

en
#solidity
DApps Developer
training

2 ANSWERS
bro29
about 1 year ago Karma: 54

The CryptoZombies tutorial series is good for practicing Solidity, since it's an interactive tutorial where you need to write the actual code needed to complete the lesson.

The CryptoZombies tutorial series is good for practicing Solidity, since it's an interactive tutorial where you need to write the actual code needed to complete the lesson.

scp94373

Thanks Bro29, I have actually completed that multiple times :)

Jul 09 '18 at 8:17 pm
qantumtbfmir
about 1 year ago Karma: 278

Another good way to continue learning about blockchain is to study some well-known open source repositories. Also, you could participate in meet-ups and other similar events.

Another good way to continue learning about blockchain is to study some well-known open source repositories. Also, you could participate in meet-ups and other similar events.

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