News 2017-08-21T10:51:18+00:00

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Upcoming 2-day Developer Course in New York City

Blockchains are a hot topic for global enterprise. As proof, the total market cap for cyrptocurrency surpassed $100 billion in July which represents a massive investment in the technology and a growing need for knowledgeable Blockchain software engineers.

In response, BlockApps offers a course to cover:

  • Ethereum – Fundamentals of Ethereum blockchain and the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM)
  • Solidity – A javascript-like programming language used to write “Smart Contracts”
  • STRATO – Build and deploy smart contract applications quickly
  • Prototype – Deploy a working Blockchain application based on a supply chain use-case

Upon successful completion, participants receive a Certificate of Completion which will be published on the Ethereum Blockchain.

Participation is available on a first-come-first-served basis with $200 off registration before August 6.

Click HERE to Register
Format: 2 Day In-Person
Date: August 11-12, 2017
Location: Rise New York, 43 West 23rd St. New York, New York 10010

The Instructors: Top BlockApps developers will lead the course.

Martin Allen is a backend engineer at BlockApps focusing on application and platform development. Most recently he is focused on identity management solutions and core privacy features of Quorum. He also plays the banjo.

Samrit Sangal is currently a Blockchain Engineer at BlockApps. He cofounded and served as principal architect at Baseology. He is a full stack engineer based in Atlanta. He currently works primarily with Haskell and JavaScript. He likes board games.

Charles Crain joined BlockApps to lead development on the mobile and web application toolkits. He is now one of the lead blockchain engineers working on the STRATO platform. He is passionate about skateboarding and surfing!

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