The Cardano node video course

The IOG Academy provides this course on YouTube.

Cardano node courseInstructor: Carlos Lopez de Lara, product owner, Cardano node.
Building the node with CabalVideo 1. Step-by-step demonstration of the whole installation, with prerequisites.
Building the node with NixVideo 2. Another full demonstration, this time using Nix.
Running the nodeVideo 3. Running the node and connecting to a network.
Generating keys and addressesVideo 4. A detailed explanation of generating the different types of keys and addresses used in Cardano.
Simple transactions with the build-raw commandVideo 5. Carlos describes the two commands used to build a transaction, and demonstrates the hard way; using the build-raw command.
Simple transaction with the build commandVideo 6. A demonstration of the power and convenience of using the build command.
Register stake address and delegate to a stake poolVideo 7. Carlos explains certificates and demonstrates the process of delegating ada to the stake pool using the Cardano command line interface.
Protocol parameters 1/4Video 8. Parameters, one of four. These videos explain what the protocol parameters are, and how they influence the behavior of Cardano.
Protocol parameters 2/4Video 9. Parameters, two of four.
Protocol parameters 3/4Video 10. Parameters, three of four.
Protocol parameters 4/4Video 11. Parameters, four of four.
Peer-to-peer (P2P) networkingVideo 12. P2P networking; a detailed explanation of Dynamic P2P networking and its advantages.
P2P networking; topology and configurationVideo 13. P2P networking; how to configure the topology and configuration files for the different types of nodes.
Creating a stake pool. The setupVideo 14. Creating a stake pool; recommended hardware layout and software configuration.
Creating a stake pool. Generating stake pool keysVideo 15. Creating a stake pool; a detailed demonstration and explanation of generating the required keys and other artifacts.
Creating a stake pool. Registering the stake poolVideo 16. Creating a stake pool; using the artifacts created earlier to complete the registration.
Creating a stake pool. RTS, topology, and systemdVideo 17. Creating a stake pool; the Haskell runtime options, and how to extend and override them. Details of the topology files and the startup scripts. Using systemd to restart your node as required.
Stake snapshotsVideo 18. How to request test funds from the faucet. Details of stake distribution snapshots.
Stake pool operations. Useful commands 1/2Video 19. Stake pool operations; useful commands for managing your stake pool; video one of two.
Stake pool operations. Useful commands 2/2Video 20. Stake pool operations; useful commands two of two.
Monitoring with PrometheusVideo 22. Stake pool operations; how to install and configure Prometheus to monitor your Cardano node.
Cardano governanceVideo 23. Carlos discusses the history and mechanism of implementing Cardano updates.
Creating a local clusterVideo 24. Creating a local cluster; using the create-cardano command.
Local cluster from Byron to ShelleyVideo 25. Creating a local cluster; moving from genesis to Byron to Shelley.
Creating a stake pool on the local clusterVideo 26. Creating a local cluster; providing funds, keys, and configuration files for a new stake pool.
Bringing the d parameter downVideo 27. Creating a local cluster; submitting a proposal to bring the decentralization parameter (d) down from 1 to 0.80.
From Shelley to AlonzoVideo 28. Creating a local cluster; moving our local cluster from the Shelley era to Alonzo.