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Blockchain Developer Roadmap in 2k22

Hello Devs, It's your mate Nomadev back with another informational blog, after posting Top 5 Resources to Master Web3 in 2k22 I have received many messages to post the full roadmap to be a blockchain developer in 2k22. So today we are here to discuss how to be a blockchain guru.

Becoming a Blockchain developer won't be just about smart contracts, It's also about deployment, testing, and in some cases, the front-end is also included. Javascript would be a great initial start for blockchain side stuff. So without wasting much time let's just begin with our Roadmap.

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1. Learn Solidity and Smart Contracts

If you are chiming into this topic, you must have already heard about these terms. Solidity is a programming language for writing smart contracts which run on Ethereum Virtual Machine on Blockchain. Most people are picking Ethereum nowadays. It is a contract-oriented, high-level language whose syntax is similar to that of JavaScript and it is designed to target the Ethereum Virtual Machine.

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2. Learning Blockchain Basics

Students and professionals interested in learning Blockchain Developer basics need to have prior knowledge of the following technologies: Linux Fundamentals, Node.js Fundamentals, and JavaScript.
Learn blockchain and its core platforms while mastering important tools like Ganache, Truffle, MetaMask, and Geth. You will also be able to create apps with Ethereum and set up a small private network using Hyperledger Composer.

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3. Testing and deploying smart contracts

This is a highly important part, as we know those smart contracts once deployed are immutable, so you would like to test before deploying. Smart contracts are deployed to the decentralized database for a fee proportional to the containing code's storage size. It can also be defined as a collection of code stored in the blockchain network, defining conditions to which all parties within the contract should agree.

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4. Learning Frontend

The frontend of a blockchain application is really no different from that of a traditional web application. Frontend devices can use the same CDNs and other libraries that they use for conventional web applications. Frontend is something that is good to have, but not absolutely necessary.

If you want to learn Frontend, I would recommend React + HTML/CSS. You can choose other tech stack also.

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That's my time dev's, see you next time, Happy Coding

Discussion (3)

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April Mintac Pineda • Edited on

This is barely useful, all you did was point at the obvious.

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Ali Navidi

Great article, i'll be happy to know your answer: dev.to/westernal/which-one-has-a-b...

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DarkWiiPlayer

I'm kinda curious... Has anything of value ever been built using smart contracts?