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June 22, 2018

Pythology: Python on the Blockchain

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KEYNOTE
Enterprise Blockchain
By: Jay SmithFactom
The focus of this talk is to enumerate and discuss the four major issues facing anyone trying to integrate blockchain into enterprise systems.

  • What is the scaling strategy?
  • What about complex data How do I build a consistent cost model?
  • What is my integration strategy?

The goal is to give the audience the base set of questions needed to answer to successfully integrate into existing enterprise systems. 

 

SESSION 1

Blockchain - Trustworthy in a Trustless world
By: Sunil Kumar Eda, YASH Technologies
Beginner, 30 mins
Learn about evolution of Money, Bitcoin and how it works. We'll discuss how Blockchain plays a crucial role by establishing trust in a trust less environment. We'll also dive into Blockchain use cases beyond currency and Blockchain in enterprise set up.

 

SESSION 2
Using TDD to Create a Blockchain in Python
By: Matt BrownPattern98
Intermediate, 45 mins
Bitcoin and cryptocurrency is all the rage. Many industries are under attack from technology companies using a distributed ledger (fintech, healthcare, IOT, ...). Lots of money is being made (and likely lost) in this new currency and most people don't even understand what is happening. We will work to de-mystify the math and computing behind the currency and then use our new found knowledge to build a simple implementation in python using TDD principles.

 

SESSION 3
Blockchain Revelations: Why It's Not Changing Healthcare (Yet)
By: JP BaderNext Health Choice
45 mins
Popularized by cryptocurrencies, blockchain's relatively unknown amongst healthcare. As a secure, distributed, permanent ledger system, blockchain creates transparency and accountability. Blockchain won't solve world hunger, halt global warming, or cure cancer. This session will cover what it is, why it is important, and where different communities are trending. Ultimately we will help managers understand implications of blockchain on healthcare, including at organizational, vendor, and payer levels. We'll conclude with critiques and opportunities for healthcare innovation.

 

SESSION 4
Linking the Chain: How I Used my Python development Experience to Break into the Blockchain Industry and Architect a Better Data Solution
By: Brian SchusterHivergent
Beginner, 30 mins
While working as a python developer and data solution architect in early 2016, I became fascinated with the potential of blockchain technology and made an effort to enter the industry. After leaving my career last September, I used my experience and insight to cultivate new opportunities and application solutions in the blockchain industry. Here’s how I spent six months launching Hivergent, and what it taught me about creating new opportunities and building your skillset. In this speech, I will cover how: I laid the groundwork for cultivating new opportunities I used my previous python skills to experiment with new projects I constructively volunteered my development skills to build strong relationships and better ideas Hivergent inevitably formed from this process of exploration and experimentation Others can use this process to create their own opportunity in new industries

 

SESSION 5
Building a Company on the Blockchain
By Gwendolyn FaradayFusion Alliance
Beginner, 45 mins
Have you seen all the new blockchain companies popping up and been wondering if it is all just hype or something more? This talk will cover the ins and outs of building a company on the blockchain using Ethereum, EOS, IPFS, and related technologies. We will start off with a 10-thousand-foot overview of how decentralized companies work and then dive into some specifics with smart contracts, data storage and retrieval, and more. We will end by reviewing some additional resources so you can dive in deeper at your leisure.

 

SESSION 6
Blockchain Basic Chacteristics, DDICAAT
By: Tommy CookseyDragonchain Foundation
Beginner, 45 mins
In this talk, I'll walk through Blockchain Characteristics and what they mean. We'll cover decentralized, distributed, immutable data ledger that is storing Cryptographic Data that can be Anonymous or Autonomous. I will explain the concept of Cryptography, Hashes, Symmetric and Asymmetric Encryption as well as public and private Blockchains.

 

SESSION 7
The Hyperledger Vision
By: Bret Carpenter
Beginner, 45 mins
Introducing Hyperledger, distributed Ledgers, Cryptography, Smart contract

 

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SCHEDULE 

8:30 - 9:00 - Registration
9:00 - 9:15 - Opening Remarks/Announcements
9:15 - 10:00 - Keynote
10:00 - 10:15 - Break
10:15 - 11:00 - Sunil Kumar Eda
11:00 - 11:15 - Break
11:15 - 12:00 - Matt Brown
12:00 - 1:00 - Lunch
1:00 - 1:45 - JP Bader
1:45 - 2:00 - Break
2:00 - 2:45 - Brian Schuster
2:45 - 3:00 - Break
3:00 - 3:45 - Gwendolyn Faraday
3:45 - 4:00 - Break
4:00 - 4:30 - Tommy Cooksey
4:30 - 4:15 - Break
4:15 - 5:30 - Bret Carpenter
5:30 - 5:45 - Closing/Door Prizes
5:45 - 6:45 - Happy Hour

 

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  • Date June 22
  • Time 8:30-6pm
  • Where Launch Fishers, 12175 Visionary Way, Fishers, IN 46038
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