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041 0  eng 
050  4 HG1710|b.D36 2017 
082 04 005.741|223 
100 1  Dannen, Chris,|eauthor 
245 10 Introducing ethereum and solidity :|bfoundations of 
       cryptocurrency and blockchain programming for beginners /
       |cby Chris Dannen 
264  1 Berkeley, CA :|bApress :|bImprint: Apress,|c2017 
300    1 online resource (xxi, 185 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
347    text file|bPDF|2rda 
505 0  1. Bridging the Blockchain Knowledge Gap -- 2. The Mist 
       Browser -- 3. The EVM -- 4. Solidity Programming -- 5. 
       Smart Contacts and Tokens -- 6. Mining Ether -- 7. 
       Cryptoeconomics Survey -- 8. Dapp Deployment -- 9. 
       Creating Private Chains -- 10. Use Cases -- 11. Advanced 
       Concepts 
520    Learn how to use Solidity and the Ethereum project - 
       second only to Bitcoin in market capitalization. 
       Blockchain protocols are taking the world by storm, and 
       the Ethereum project, with its Turing-complete scripting 
       language Solidity, has rapidly become a front-runner. This
       book presents the blockchain phenomenon in context; then 
       situates Ethereum in a world pioneered by Bitcoin. See why
       professionals and non-professionals alike are honing their
       skills in smart contract patterns and distributed 
       application development. You'll review the fundamentals of
       programming and networking, alongside its introduction to 
       the new discipline of crypto-economics. You'll then deploy
       smart contracts of your own, and learn how they can serve 
       as a back-end for JavaScript and HTML applications on the 
       Web. Many Solidity tutorials out there today have the same
       flaw: they are written for"advanced" JavaScript developers
       who want to transfer their skills to a blockchain 
       environment. Introducing Ethereum and Solidity is 
       accessible to technology professionals and enthusiasts of 
       "all levels." You'll find exciting sample code that can 
       move forward real world assets in both the academic and 
       the corporate arenas. Find out now why this book is a 
       powerful gateway for creative technologists of all types, 
       from concept to deployment 
650  0 Electronic funds transfers 
650  0 Bitcoin 
650  0 Electronic commerce 
650  0 Mobile commerce 
650  0 Banks and banking|xTechnological innovations 
650  0 Financial institutions|xTechnological innovations 
650 14 Computer Science 
650 24 Open Source 
650 24 Management of Computing and Information Systems 
650 24 Professional Computing 
650 24 Computers and Society 
650 24 The Computing Profession 
650 24 Personal Computing 
710 2  SpringerLink (Online service) 
773 0  |tSpringer eBooks 
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