A few hours ago, Tezos Southeast Asia (TSA) announced that it has entered into a partnership with Tribe, a government-backed blockchain ecosystem platform, to start a development program on the Tezos blockchain.
The partnership was established during the Singapore Fintech Festival.
The collaboration will result in dedicated training courses for blockchain developers. Tribe, in fact, already in the past has organised courses both with regard to the business side as well as the technical one, thus covering all aspects of development and blockchain.
The course, which will begin during the first quarter of 2020, will obviously focus on the Tezos blockchain, which has been recognised as a chain full of possibilities for different sectors and industries.
By allowing new recruits to be trained in blockchain development, the course could open up the possibility of seeing other projects on Tezos, said TSA President Caleb Kow:
“By enabling trainers with a good knowledge of Tezos blockchain technology, they will be able to amplify the impact in their respective teams through the continual transfer and sharing of knowledge to new learners. The training programme will be rounded up by practical applications due as a final capstone to be delivered”.
Recently, also Bitfinex has entered into a partnership, in their case it is with Odem and the goal involves training users so that they become familiar with the platform.
The same direction has been taken in Italy, where formative initiatives aimed at training blockchain professionals of the future are beginning to emerge.