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- Tuesday, July 26th, 2022 at 19:21 #345256DeliciousNectarine8Participant
I dabble in coding (Python) here and there but I do not consider myself a professional by any means. I still have a lot to learn.
I can easily buy online courses but I don’t think they’re as effective as attending an actual class.
Has anyone tried any blockchain classes here? And if so, are they worth it?
I’ve seen some high end universities like MIT Sloan offering such courses they have an entire course on Blockchain technology taught by Gary Gensler.
UBC also has a ‘[email protected]’ microcertificate program that is leading students to internships in the industry.
But these are universities that are way out of my league currently and I can’t seem to find any reputable universities that you can reasonably enter with competence that are offering such courses.
I wish these blockchain classes would become a bit more normalized.It would pretty cool if regular people got access to affordable blockchain and Web3 related courses in more mainstream universities.
But for now, I’m gonna have to keep searching. If anyone has ever tried a reasonably affordable course like these I would appreciate if yall would share information with me.Tuesday, July 26th, 2022 at 19:21 #345257Picoton
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