I recently started to teach myself Solidity over the last month or so. I am considering going through the Crypto Zombies course again + other related soliditity, but this time with a peer group consisting of 4-5 people. This would allow us to give feedback to each other on different lessons.
I made this Notion document with the full course material. If there is any interest, I would be down to start another round of Crypto Zombies lessons later this month.
I started this Metablogging notion page to keep track of our work session and add notes or thoughts as throughlines in the document below. @Solidity-LG
Adding this Figma board as an archive for any resources shared during these sessions
Hello! Yes, totally. Was thinking of setting up a regular cadence to begin learning how to build; would be great to set up a weekly or bi-weekly meet where we keep track of our progress through the course. Let me know what you had in mind in how to structure it. In the meantime, I’m going to start thinking about how to give myself the space necessary to learn this new skillset.
5 module, ETC ~4 months @ 7 hours a week – free, go at your own pace… it’s not Solidity specifically, but maybe that’s extra cool in tandem with CZ/Solidity stuff. Or as a next thing after CZ run et al. I was just gonna do it myself, but remembered this thread and know that a bit of accountability and knowledge share always gets me further in these types of courses.
imo the most well defined solidity + front end learning environment has been and still is Speedrunethereum which is the project led by Austin Griffith + BuidlGuidl. i am in pretty good contact with him, and could imagine a PA ran cohort / tutorial around whats necessary to learn before that, and how to work through it, would be immensely valuable for both the participants + ppl who could watch from the outside.
i bet we could potentially even get some funding from them to run the cohort / documentation / content creation as well
So with the groups thing it only is to identity roles and those that want to receive alerts or emails for specific posts, @Solidity-LG would be how to mention everyone within that role at the same time, and since we’ve removed categories from the forum and operate based on tags, any post/thread to address the group would use the soliditylearning-group tags or if you would like to create one specific to that just keep track of it.
Try to click on the solidity tag to see why it’s useful to keep all of those posts together in this way.
edit: the designated tag for this is solidity-lg, so people in the group get a notification anytime the tag is used
not a bad take tho! This learning group is inspired by my experience taking courses at SuperHi. I wanted to find collaborators who share the same reference points as me. For example, if you’re a designer or project manager who wants to involve yourself in a web3 project, understanding the tech stack is a great place to start.
hey um… chapt gpt can help with all of the solidity learning immensely. could be really interesting to experiment with using it to create a curriculum with practice problems and then also using it as a teacher to correct peoples responses and stuff