2-DAY DEVELOPER COURSE WHERE YOU WILL BUILD SMART CONTRACTS & A DISTRIBUTED APPLICATION (DAPP)!
This is for you if you're one of the following people-
- A developer who wants to take your career to the next level by becoming a rare Blockchain specialist for this new billion dollar industry. You realize that being a leader in a seismic shift pays huge dividends.
- An entrepreneur who's interested in smart contracts and the blockchain environment, sees opportunity, but needs more hands on experience to truly understand and harness these new technologies.
- A project manager, consultant, or technical lead who needs to understand the fundamental shift that is happening right now when it comes to global networks
The SEC is taking a stance on ICO's and calls The DAO a security. What does this mean for the future of token sales and how may that effect you?
Get answers to questions like:
How does the recent SEC publication on the DAO affect the legality of ICOs?
Are you at risk because of the SEC stance?
What is an ICO and what is it like to raise one?
Are ICOs worth investing in as a non-institutional investor?
How will regulatory guidelines affect investment strategy?
What are SAFT notes and how are they being used with large investors?
What is the typical distribution model for these tokens?
How are these organizations structured?
Want to learn how to write, build and deploy a smart contract application? From learning Solidity to creating a working prototype, this course covers it all. With an immersive, hands-on focus, learn how to develop a service or product using a blockchain.
Get Started Programming Smart Contracts on the Ethereum Blockchain with this Hands-On Workshop.
Want to get into Ethereum coding but don't know where to start? Learn what a smart contract is, the language it's coded in--Solidity--and then write and deploy your first smart contract.
We then go further by giving a hands-on introduction to Monax. Monax is an open platform for developers to build, ship, and run blockchain-based applications for business. Jan Scheufen, head of product at Monax, will guide students in designing, assembling, and deploying a smart contract-based application.
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance connects Fortune 500 enterprises, startups, academics, and technology vendors to define enterprise-grade software to build upon the only smart contract supporting blockchain currently running in real-world production – Ethereum.
Come for a Panel Discussion by the key players in the Alliance, and learn what the near term goals are for Enterprise Ethereum and its use cases.
A recent article in “Harvard Business Review” characterizes blockchain as “a means for individuals to coordinate common activities, to interact directly with one another, and to govern themselves in a more secure and decentralized manner.” While blockchain is well-known by now among cybersecurity and financial services companies, that statement should make this technology just as relevant to social impact organizations.
Join us we pull the curtain behind blockchain and discuss how it’s being leveraged for increased social impact in fields including healthcare and financial inclusion.