Category: goals

My 2018 Crypto Goals

Below are a number of goals I would like to complete in 2018 to continue educating myself in crypto.

Reading Goals:

[X] – Finish the 60 free Princeton Bitcoin lectures (Highly Recommended. Fantastic Resource!)

[ ] – Finish Mastering Bitcoin (over half done)

[ ] – Read the Bitcoin Developer Reference (again)

[ ] – Read the Bitcoin.org Developer Guide

[ ] – Read the Bitcoin Wiki

[ ] – Read and take notes on all of these great looking resources:

[ ] – Bitcoins the hard way: Using the raw Bitcoin protocol

[ ] – Learning Bitcoin from the Command Line

[ ] – How to Parse the Bitcion Blockchain

[ ] – Programming The Blockchain in C#

[X] – How the Bitcion protocol actually works

[X] – Add more items to this list!

Learning to code goals: 

[X] – Make an accepted commit on any Github projectDONE: Move maxPublicKeysPerMultiSig to Consensus

[ ] – Make a blockchain visualization/breakdown tool

[X] – Make a PoW validator

[ ] – Watch all Bitcoin Edge Dev Tutorials

[X] – Add more items to this list!

In closing, I must link to Jameson Lopps personal website, where I found many of these articles and resources. Much thanks to him for compiling such a great list.

Thoughts on Crypto

Welcome all. My name is Tanner, I am 22. I currently work in IT infrastructure at a large energy company. In my day job, I work mostly with EMC and VMware tools. However, I have past experience programming in C# and JS.

This blog is simply a place to post my musings as I attempt to learn more in the crytpo space. I plan to post tutorials, as well as more long form opinions that I would like to expound on.

I hope that I as I continue to learn new things, I will be able to help others learn as well.