Tezos News: The Tezos Foundation expands its ecosystem support as it collaborates with Kingsland University to build a curriculum focussed on the Tezos protocol. This step will not only help address the shortage in developers for the company but will also aid the said developers in a better learning opportunity.
According to Bitsonline, the program will be offered online and is focussed on the programming languages that is used by the Tezos ecosystem, i.e. the OCaml programming language. The president of the Tezos Foundation, Ryan Jesperson stated that the partnership will enable the company to create a wave of developers in the future. These upcoming developers will further contribute to the ecosystem with more and more projects, which will ensure Tezos’ wider adoption.
The Tezos Foundation has been venturing into educational space earlier as well, a couple of months ago, following the launch of its mainnet, the company granted funding for 4 research institutions including Cornell University for various projects built on the ecosystem as well as to train 1,000 Tezos developers.