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Tech Data Develops a Blockchain Course and a Badge

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Blockchain has become a topic of interest for many enterprises in a short period of time.  Its built-in security and robustness is attracting the attention of an increasing amount of companies, and as a result demand has been growing for formal training and education.

Tech Data has developed and is pleased to offer an instructor led class with Labs – Essentials of IBM Blockchain on Bluemix. This in-depth hands-on course introduces developers, security professionals and other technology staff to the principles and practices driving modern blockchain technology, covering both theory and modern common practice.

A badge is also available – “Tech Data – Blockchain Foundations” – for those who take the course and achieve the criteria to earn the badge.

Course code: U5RXM01G

Course description can be found here –> https://www.exitcertified.com/training/ibm/cloud-application-development/blockchain/essentials-of-ibm-blockchain-on-bluemix-52059-detail.html

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