I'm a product manager.
In a conversation with a product manager who's way more experienced than I am, "Building a digital wallet on blockchain the technical part is easy," he said. I don't believe him. He's a former CTO who used to bootstrap a FinTech company from zero to one.
I'm a programmer.
In another conversation with a technical manager who's way more experienced than I am, "You can code with any programming language as long as you truly understand how software works," he said. I believe in him a long time ago, before this conversation, when he showed me the architecture he had set up for housing two leading online magazines in Asia, which are written in multiple languages.
Based on the trust I have in the product manager and technical manager, I decided to roll up my sleeves and code non-stop for twenty days and came up with this guide.
I've encountered numerous programming challenges along the way. This guide is just a happy path that leads to a working software and proves I know well enough how to become a Hyperledger Fabric blockchain developer.
It's a 20-step process anyone can follow.
A Step-by-Step Guideline to Set up a Project
Serve the End-User with Web or Mobile Application (Coming Soon)
Prerequisites (Development Tools)
Install Docker Desktop
Install Visual Code Studio
I'm standing on the shoulders of giants. Credit to all the people who share the below information. It's not feasible to write out this guide without them.