Smart Contract Security (Legacy)
Write Safe Smart Contract By Learning Common Security Vulnerabilities & How To Fix Them
This course has been DISCONTINUED.
Checkout the new course "6 figures Blockchain developer" instead :)
You will learn how to:
- Develop Solidity smart contracts: data structures, functions, modifier, mapping, arrays, and more.
- Use the Truffle framework to build Ethereum Dapps: compilation, migration, configuration of Truffle project
- Use Web3 and TruffleContract to communicate between the frontend and the smart contract
- Configure Webpack for Ethereum Dapp development (with truffle-solidity-loader)
This will cover every part of the Dapp:
- Smart contract (Solidity)
- Backend (Nodejs server to serve the frontend)
The dapp will be able to:
- create new tasks
- list existing tasks
- toggle a done/not done status for each task.
The dapp will look like this:
Hi! My name is Julien and I am the instructor of EatTheBlocks Pro.
I am a senior Blockchain software engineer. I used to work in Finance, and I switched to software development 6 years ago.
For the past 3 years, I have been building Dapps and Solidity smart contracts for several Ethereum and ICOs projects, including Lendingblock, an institutional crypto lending exchange.
I run EatTheBlocks, a youtube channel for Ethereum developers. I have also published a Blockchain course for Manning.
I also contribute to the code of Drizzle and I spoke at TruffleCon 2019 on Drizzle.
Start1. Overflow / Underflow: Problem (7:23)
Start1. Overflow / Underflow: Solution (6:40)
Start2. Default function visibility: Problem (3:35)
Start2. Default function visibility: Solution (3:27)
Start3. Front-running: Problem (5:52)
Start3. Front-running: Solution (4:20)
Start4. Re-entrancy attack: Problem (Unpublished)
Start4. Re-entrancy: Solution (Unpublished)
Start5. Evil val keyword: Problem (Unpublished)
Start5. Evil val keyword: Solution (Unpublished)
StartTo be continued...