Tezos is working with Kingsland University to fill the shortage of developers.
Tezos expands into education. The blockchain company announced its collaboration with Kingsland University, where they created the curriculum for its online development program.
According to Bitsonline, the program to be offered online will focus on the software language (OCaml) used in the Tezos ecosystem.
And throughout the partnership, the company expects a wave of Tezos developers for the future, which will lead to more projects in the ecosystem, eventually leading to wider adoption of Tezos, says Ryan Jesperson, President of Tezos Foundation.
This is not Tezos’ first partnership with a training institute. Following their release of Mainnet a few months ago, the company has pledged to fund four research institutes, including Kingsland University and training 1,000 Tezos developers, for various projects built on the Tezos ecosystem.
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