This workshop is for technologists who are interested in the underlying mechanisms that make up a blockchain. You should already be familiar with some basic concepts behind databases, computer networks and basic protocols. Some concepts that will be taught:
● Technical Context: Overview of Ethereum blockchain focusing on its foundational role for DApps.
● Solidity Walkthrough: Walkthrough of common Solidity design patterns used in Ethereum smart contracts.
Emphasis on the difference in approach to coding between a DApp developer vs. traditional developer.
● DApp Deployment: you will learn to deploy Ethereum smart contracts onto the test network.
● Smart Contract Project: YES! You will build a fully functional token crowdsale DApp with mentors’ guidance.
(Day 2 required software development knowledge)
Original price for two days: $1000
LIMITED TIME Discounted price: $500 with promo code 2DAY
Alex Nascimento, MA, MBA is a board member of UCLA Business and Management Executive Education Program Marketing and Advertising Advisory Board. Alex got his MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management, and at UCLA he lectures on Blockchain Business Applications, Green Marketing Strategy, Writing for Marketing & Advertising, Branding Strategy, and Global Marketing Strategy among other courses. As an entrepreneur and thought leader in marketing strategy, Mr. Nascimento has developed marketing strategies for Red Bull, WPP Group, Warner Music Group, Polo Ralph Lauren, Honda, Yamaha, Smirnoff and Coca-Cola, among other prominent brands in the United States.
Eric Chung is the founder of DApperNetwork, a project focused on providing pragmatic blockchain developer bootcamp education to grow the global community of DApp developers. He is also the cofounder of the Los Angeles Blockchain Lab, a nonprofit organization that champions collaborative blockchain initiatives between the city of LA, academic institutions, enterprises, and startups. Eric serves as a lecturer at UCLA and regularly organizes meetups, conferences, and hack nights for the LA community.
Antonio is a Miami native and a graduate of the University of Miami. He earned an Industrial Engineering degree with a focus on Business Management and a Masters of Science in Industrial Engineering (MSIE) degree in Logistics. He started as a Network Engineer for the university which later led him to establish blubeta in 2010. During his professional 14 year career, he has led numerous high-profile technical initiatives ranging from software architecture, network and security deployments to continuous integration roll out strategies for some of South Florida’s most reputable startups and global Fortune 1000 companies. As an active community leader he aids in organizing one of South Florida’s most active community of creatives, entrepreneurs, and technologists: Wynwood Tech.