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Blockchain Code Sessions

Mondays, 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Please follow the link below to getting your tickets. Please note that the ticket price is to cover costs and does not reflect the value of the training.


ABOUT

We are pleased to announce the CBC Code Sessions which will be running on Mondays from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm on a number of open source technologies such as Hyperledger, Ethereum and Corda. The CBC Code Sessions are run in collaboration with the Blockchain Code Club and offer a chance to be taught by expert tutors in a way that suits your professional schedule. These are accessible, tailored events that are open to all. The first 6 week course will start on the 8th October and will carry on the current Corda development for the CBC Project on AEC Financing & Procurement.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Professional Software Engineers interested in Corda, Academic and Students with good foundation in programming (Java).

Please note that PLACES LIMITED TO 40 per course. We welcome all levels of programming knowledge. However, you must have some basic knowledge of programing, so please complete an 'introduction to programming' course before attending.

LOCATION

The Bartlett School of Architecture, 22 Gordon Street, University College London, WC1H 0QB

 

SCHEDULE

R3 Corda/ JAVA /KOTLIN - Starting on the 8th October 2018

  • Monday 8 October (week 1) : Intro + form teams + discover Use Cases

  • Monday 15 October (week 2) : Corda tuition + team work on own Dapp

  • Monday 22 October (week 3) : Corda tuition + team work on own Dapp

  • Monday 29 October (week 4) : Corda tuition + team work on own Dapp

  • Monday 5 November (week 5) : Corda tuition + team work on own Dapp

  • Monday 12 November (week 6) : Demonstration to panel of judges

TUITION

  • Cais Manai, Developer Relations at R3

  • Joel Dudley, Developer Relations at R3

COST TO ATTEND

Club subs will be £15 evening (note these are club “subs” rather than a fee that represents the value of the training)


ABOUT THE CBC

The Construction Blockchain Consortium was established to develop knowledge transfer, arrange commercial and academic presentations, assess and test commercial services and technology, conduct research, and drive policy, regulation and understanding of the consequences of Blockchain and other emerging technologies in the Built Environment. The CBC is led by the UCL Department of Computer Science and The UCL Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment. We also investigate the development of open source tools on behalf of the industry and encourage application developers to build proprietary technology and services to deliver sustainable construction solutions.