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Vienna Ruby & Ruby on Rails Meetup: Ruby/Rails for Cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin and the Blockchain

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The resurrected Vienna Ruby & Rails Meetup will focus on cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin and the Blockchain; By looking at the current implementations and projects out there, monero-ruby, bitcoin-ruby, payment processors and other use-cases with Ruby and Rails will be discussed. The meetup will also feature a blockchain beginners introduction for Ruby developers.

As part of the Monero December in Vienna, Austria we will be working on the plans and implementation details for the Assemblies at 34c3 (Chaos Communication Congress) in Leipzig, Germany. We are organising a combined effort of the Bitcoin, Monero and RIAT Assemblies. More info will be posted here as it becomes available. Make sure to check out the external resources listed here:

Overview of resources so far:

 

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Educator: Ralph Pichler

This ticket is for the event on 23. – 26. November 2017.

This 4-day course teaches the basics of smart contract development on the Ethereum platform using Solidity and the Truffle Framework. It covers the full workflow of developing, testing and deploying contracts as well as interacting with them afterwards. In addition you will learn about common contract patterns and potential security issues.

After the course participants can earn our “Smart Contract Developer” certificate (issued on the ethereum blockchain) by solving a number of off-site exercises. This includes a medium-sized contract example and a number of smaller theoretical and practical exercises. If you are a web developer you can also get the “DApp Developer” certificate by submitting an additional exercise using the web3 api.

In this course you will learn

  • How the Ethereum smart contracts platform works
  • How to write and properly test smart contracts
  • How to use the Truffle Development Framework
  • Which standards are out there and how to reuse well-tested code
  • How to deploy contracts and get them verified on block explorers
  • How to interact with contracts from the Javascript side
  • About common contract patterns and when they are appropriate
  • How to avoid common security issues
  • How your UI can work with different Browsers and Wallets
  • How to debug your contracts

Prerequisites: Basic experience in any object-oriented language

Contact us for any questions!

Smart Contract Developer Certificate and DApp Developer Certificate as extension possible.

Monero December in Vienna, Austria

Monero December is series of events dedicated to Monero, the privacy-centric and security-focussed fungible cryptocurrency. In December of 2017, community and developers around the Monero project are invited to work, present and develop in Vienna, Austria – hosted by RIAT. Additionally, the time will be used to outline and plan the implementation of the Monero 34C3 Assembly and combined other crypto/blockchain related assemblies at the CCC in Leipzig.

Current schedule is available on the Events page.

2017-12-12 [Bitcoin] Bitcoin Austria Meetup
2017-12-13 [React] React December Meetup
2017-12-14 [Ruby & Rails] Bitcoin, Blockchain, Cryptocurrency and Ruby
2017-12-15 [Monero Meetup] Open Hardware Wallet, Traceability
2017-12-16 [Free Code Camp] Free Code Camp Meetup
2017-12-16 [Workshop] Monero Open Hardware Wallet Workshop (msvb-lab)
2017-12-17 [Workshop] Tomu.im 2FA development day
2017-12-27 [34c3] Bitcoin / Monero / RIAT at 34c3 Chaos Communication Congress


Bitcoin, Monero and RIAT at 34c3 (Chaos Communication Congress) in Leipzig, Germany

As part of the Monero December in Vienna, Austria we will be working on the plans and implementation details for the Assemblies at 34c3 (Chaos Communication Congress) in Leipzig, Germany. We are organising a combined effort of the Bitcoin, Monero and RIAT Assemblies. More info will be posted here as it appears. Make sure to check out the external resources listed here:

Overview of resources so far:

 

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Educator: Ralph Pichler
Next date: June 5-8, 2018 – Vienna, Austria
From 10:00 to 18:00 everyday (including lunch break).

This 4-day course teaches the basics of smart contract development on the Ethereum platform using Solidity and the Truffle Framework. It covers the full workflow of developing, testing and deploying contracts as well as interacting with them afterwards. In addition you will learn about common contract patterns and potential security issues.

After the course participants can earn our “Smart Contract Developer” certificate (issued on the ethereum blockchain) by solving a number of off-site exercises. This includes a medium-sized contract example and a number of smaller theoretical and practical exercises. If you are a web developer you can also get the “DApp Developer” certificate by submitting an additional exercise using the web3 api.

In this course you will learn

  • How the Ethereum smart contracts platform works
  • How to write and properly test smart contracts
  • How to use the Truffle Development Framework
  • Which standards are out there and how to reuse well-tested code
  • How to deploy contracts and get them verified on block explorers
  • How to interact with contracts from the Javascript side
  • About common contract patterns and when they are appropriate
  • How to avoid common security issues
  • How your UI can work with different Browsers and Wallets

Prerequisites: Basic experience in any object-oriented language
Contact us for any questions!

Smart Contract Developer Certificate and DApp Developer Certificate as extension possible.

Please register via eventbrite or get in contact with us for individual dates. Payment also possible in crypto or bank transfer, please get in touch with us in this case.

 

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RIAT Crypto Lab

RIAT on 33c3: we critically discuss consensus applications and social implications of the blockchain. Our assembly also brings together Open Hardware enthusiasts as well as artists/researchers to plan and work on current and future projects of the institute and of the larger network.