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Solidity Best Practices for Smart Contract Security
From monitoring to timestamp considerations, here are some pro tips to ensure your Ethereum smart contracts are fortified.
Getting Started with ConsenSys Quorum

This 6 part product guide will walk through the deployment of the ConsenSys Quorum quickstart.

Set Up and Run an Ethereum Node

Learn how to spin up your own self hosted node, understand use cases for different types of nodes.

Send Money Using Python: A Web3.py
A technical walkthrough of an Ethereum blockchain library for Python developers.
Save Time on DevOps and Scale Your Ethereum Dapp

Learn the pros and cons of running your own Ethereum node and different ways teams are using Infura.

Part 1: Becoming a Validator on Ethereum 2.0

How an individual, with ~32 ETH and technical knowledge can participate.

Part 2: Becoming a Validator on Ethereum 2.0

Things to consider when picking hardware and software to run an Ethereum 2.0 validator client.

Part 3: Becoming a Validator on Ethereum 2.0

An overview on how to access Teku metrics, set up Beaconchain notifications, and how to query the node.

Part 4: Becoming a Validator on Ethereum 鈥2.0

How to safely migrate a validator from one virtual service provider to another, and how to prevent slashing.

The Smart Security Mindset
5 security principles that every Ethereum developer needs to know, plus fundamental tradeoffs.
Verifying Ethereum 2.0 Phase 0 Specifications
The benefits of formal, questions, considerations and formal verification of the Beacon Chain.
Introducing Teku
A quick explainer on Teku origins and why we are the best Eth2 Beacon Chain Client for Institutional Stakers.
Prepare for a Smart Contract Audit

Designed to help teams to understand and get the best results from the audit process

Approaches to Prevent Making Your Secrets Public
Keeping your private keys and API secrets safe while developing smart contracts to avoid being hacked.
Smart Contract Security Recommendations

10+ smart contract security patterns to follow when you鈥檙e building on Ethereum.

The Hackathon Survival Guide

Everything you need to know for your next Ethereum hackathon: essential developer tools, expert setup tips, and more.

Setting up a Windows Subsystem for Linux
Step by step instructions on how to utilize WSL 2 to set up your Ethereum smart contract development environment and workflow.
Building an Ethereum Enterprise Solution

In this piece, we cover hosting, blockchain layers, smart contracts, data layers, gateways and more.

Events and Logs in Smart Contracts
A technical introduction to use cases for events and logs on the Ethereum blockchain with sample code.
Multi-Layered Smart Contract Security Strategy
Using these layers will minimize your risk of being hacked by identifying and solving issues as soon as they are detected.
How to Run Your Own Node AND an Infura Node

Why you might need a hybrid infrastructure model alongside Infura

How to Use ITX: A Step-by-Step Guide

Handle all edge cases for transaction delivery. Remove complexities around gas management and more!

How to Use .env to Enhance Basic Security within Your DApp

How to use dotenv to protect sensitive information within your project.

3 things Enterprise Devs should Consider when Deploying to Ethereum

Get the best of both Web2 and Web3 worlds and Why build on public Ethereum?

Migrate to Infura's New IPFS Service

A step-by-step guide to IPFS project creation, installation and data migration.

Understanding and Applying the Options and Subcommands with Hyperledger Besu

An introduction to command line options and subcommands for customizing and accessing specific functionality of the client.

How to Create an Ethereum Genesis File

A walk through the components of a genesis file, within the context of using Hyperledger Besu as the Ethereum client for our network.

Hyperledger Besu: Understanding Proof of Authority
In Part 1, we explore the two Proof of Authority (PoA) consensus mechanisms that you can use with Hyperledger Besu: Clique and IBFT 2.0.
Introducing Quorum Key Manager

A brief introduction to Quorum Key Manager functionality and recorded demo.

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Finance & Commerce Blockchain Applications
  • Teku is a full Eth2 client written in Java
  • Partake in Proof of Stake consensus
  • Built securely for institutions
https://docs.mythx.io/
Smart Contract Audit
and Security
  • Automated Security Analysis
  • Smart Contract Testing
  • Security Spot Checks
https://infura.io/docs
API Access to Web3
  • High Availablity APIs
  • Scaled Mainet Deployment
  • 100,000+ requests/day
https://docs.metamask.io/guide/
Mobile Wallet & Browser Extension
  • Send Transactions
  • Connect to dApps
  • Account Interactions Method
https://consensys.net/quorum/developers/
A trusted, open source foundation for your blockchain solution
  • Permissioning and Privacy
  • Production Ready
  • Ethereum Compatibility
https://www.trufflesuite.com/docs
Smart Contract Developer Tools and Testing Environments
  • Local Test Enviroments
  • Go from Idea to dApp
  • Deploy Smart Contracts
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