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Blockchain Language P2P Learning (Self-Guided Tutorials in a Supportive Space)

  • Starfish Mission 1535 Mission Street San Francisco United States (map)

Come self-learn the languages of blockchain in a supportive environment! No DLT programming language experience necessary. Would be great if you've coded in something, but pure interest goes a long way.

• Golang or the Go programming language has been added to the self-learning curriculum. We'll be covering Cosmos-SDK this month which is a framework for building blockchain applications in Golang. Here are a few links to start with...

• Other self-learning programs include...
- CryptoZombies: Great primer on Solidity
- Ethernaut: Smart contract tutorial
- Hyperledger Composer: Build a Hyperledger solution from scratch
...and more.

• If you've got a project you're working on or something you'd like to further your understanding of with others, please bring it!

• Bring your laptops!


This Peer-to-Peer Self-Guided Learning Session is a part of "Distributed Saturdays", a bi-weekly, peer-to-peer blockchain and protocol-agnostic learning fest for both technical and non-technical people of ALL knowledge levels. This learning fest offers several tracks, including 1 to 3 featured learning sessions or workshops, Blockchain 101 + A Blockchain Roleplaying Game or Fresh Angle, Build-a-thon, Peer-to-Peer Learning, and the White Paper Book Club. Distributed Saturdays is a Starfish event held in partnership with SF Ethereum.



SF Ethereum is a mission-driven organization that provides a forum for those interested in the movement towards decentralization, accountability, increased security, and transparency of business and government entities through the use of Ethereum blockchain technology.

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