After the course, you can join the NEAR EDU Fellowship program as a Developer in Residence
You can apply for a grant to build out your demo project
You can start your own business and get funded as part of the Open Web Consortium
You can find a job in the NEAR Ecosystem
NEAR Lucky Quote
The project generates lucky learning quote from NEAR wallet id and counts how many times the quote generator has been used.Github
NEAR Vehicle Service
The idea of the project was to create a contract that records a vehicles history of owner and service. The goal was to practice how to write and deploy simple contract to testnet using the starter repo.Github
Cartoon Voting App
This is the beginning of a voting application that will allow users to vote once for their favorite cartoon and also see at any time how many current votes a cartoon has. Demo Video via Loom:Github
Simple mini post project built with Rust.Github
Companies Phone Directory
We made a phone directory for companies to help the users to find the information of a company in an easy way.Github
This is a smart contract on NEAR Protocol blockchain to donate to friend's or public projects, so you can get public projects or friend's projects and with the id you can donate to help them achieve a certain amount of tokens.Github
Companies Phone Directory
We made a company directory in a team of 3, it was the first time we worked with NEAR, it has 3 methods, one for registring a company and just needs the creator, name of the company and phone number. One to show all of them, and one for searching by name. We made the demo on live.Github
Companies phone directory
It's a web application where people can view data of different companies registered in the blockchain and also register their own companyGithub
This course is an opportunity for technical and non-technical users alike to learn about the potential of the Open Web and propose meaningful solutions for development.
This course is an opportunity for web developers to earn a Certificate of Completion that represents the ability to design, develop, test and deploy smart contracts on the NEAR platform.
This course prepares ambitious members of the community to design and lead their own courses. At least one other NEAR Certification level is required before attending this course.
Amazing course that kept me interested throughout. I would highly recommend taking it!
Instruction is very good, helpful support.
Super nice course. It almost concludes all concept that makes me get into the field fairly quickly.
Videos and tutorial are so informative.
A great journey indeed! Completed the course in 2 days and now will be exploring how I can apply this to build my own application.
Excellent course to build the fundamentals. Both Instructors are rally amazing
A good intro to the whole NEAR Protocol, crypto and smart contract world.
Very informative and detailed explanation of the blockchain and NEAR Protocol.
This course was amazing. I knew nothing about blockchain before starting the course. Now I have a good foundational understanding to take the next step in my blockchain journey.
Nothing, the course is absolutely free. The only thing you pay is your attention
Hell yes! Contact us to discuss your future project
No, in fact cheating is encouraged. Let’s get one thing straight: if you’re serious about learning, the fastest way from here to there is to meet people, ask questions, look at some answers, look at even more answers, copy some examples, break things and finally, if you’re lucky, learn something new.
As long as you’re honest about what you’re doing, you’re always welcome here.
Just don’t take credit for others people’s work because that’s lame
MacOS and Linux will be the easiest operating systems to use.
Windows may prove challenging but if you’re ok with that, please join us. You should install WSL before we meet since we’ll be using NodeJS applications like NEAR CLI
There’s no such thing as winning here because we’re all lost. Welcome, friend
NEAR is secure enough to manage high value assets like money, assets and identity while being performant and affordable enough to make things useful for everyday people.