This blog post is intended for developers to learn how to write and deploy their first Smart Contract on Ethereum using the Solidity programming language. The blog post will explain basic development setup environment. Next we will write a basic smart contract and a test script to make sure our Smart contract works as intended. We will also introduce advance Solidity concepts such as inheritance and modifiers. Finally we will learn how to compile and deploy our smart contract to a testnet of our choice.
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