Certified Hyperledger Fabric Developer (CHFD) Exam Has Relaunched

The Certified Hyperledger Fabric Developer CHFD exam which initially launched a year ago and enables candidates to demonstrate the knowledge to develop and maintain client applications and smart contracts using the latest Fabric programming model is once again available for scheduling. The exam had been paused pending updates of the exam content to align with the most recent Long Term Support LTS version of Fabric v2.2.

Holding this certification provides confidence to supervisors and hiring managers that a team member or job candidate possesses the necessary skills to package and deploy Fabric applications and smart contracts perform end-to-end Fabric application life-cycle and smart contract management and more. The CHFD exam platform is Node.js for both Client Application and Smart Contract.

As with other Linux Foundation certification exams CHFD can be taken remotely from a candidates home or workplace. Candidates can choose from an English or Japanese speaking proctor who will verify the candidates identity and monitor them during the exam via webcam the exam questions are available in both English and Japanese within the exam environment. The two-hour exam is an online performance-based test that consists of a set of tasks or problems to be solved in a Web IDE and the command line.


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