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Just passed last years Consensys Bootcamp academy, so I'm now able to say I'm a Certified Ethereum Developer.  

Took some doing as it felt like six months of study crammed into three months, and way too much JavaScript ;-)  

Turns out Solidity the language used, is very much like C++, with good old multiple inheritance.   Also, it seemed that a low-level understanding of
the Ethereum virtual machine was required.  Shared a lot in common with firmware development, with a lot of security concerns.

I feel I've still got a lot to learn, bleeding-edge technology which is subject to rapid change.  

Anyway would recommend the course.        
 
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Congratulations, Peter!
 
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