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Kingsland University wants to teach you how to utilize blockchain

This is off (on?) the chain.

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At this point in time, and with all the attention that Bitcoin got recently, the term “blockchain” should not be a novelty for anyone. It has been in the news the last couple of years or so, and it is slowly starting to enter our lives as it has the potential to change our lives.

However, even with all this information, some people are still not exactly aware of what this technology really is. In addition, the need for well-versed professionals will be key in the near future. But where can you get proper knowledge and training about a subject that is still mostly unexplored?

There’s a college for that

Look no further, because Kingsland University‘s School of Blockchain is here. Offering courses in Blockchain Programming, Blockchain Executive Education, and Software Programming, this University is becoming a pioneer in terms of blockchain-related education. Kingsland is the world’s first accredited course for developers wanting to obtain technical programming skills in blockchain.

With a huge potential to be a game-changer, Blockchain will be a field with high-demand in the near future; software developers with skills specific to this technology will be highly sought. Kingsland is able to prepare these professionals, even more so after the establishment of a partnership with the Tezos Foundation.

Tezos and Kingsland want to train large amounts of developers

At the NASDAQ, Kingsland’s founders John Souza and Jason King announced this partnership with Tezos, who are committed to training 1,000 new software developers next year. Souza commented on the impact of this partnership:

“The Tezos Foundation is truly committed to growing the ecosystem to support a more equitable and exciting global future. The Kingsland-Tezos Foundation partnership highlights the importance of industry-aligned training curricula and addresses the critical shortage of developers in the space. Working together we will ensure a future for blockchain and create thousands of career opportunities for developers around the world.”

Kingsland’s new program definitely sounds promising, especially with the expected high-demand for developers in the field of Blockchain. The Tezos partnership adds strength and knowledge to the courses, making them a strong choice for developers wishing to have education in this field.

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24 y/o, born and living in Portugal. Majored in Biology, but tech and computers were always a passion. Wrote for sites like Windows.Appstorm and MakeTechEasier.

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