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Developer Event: Learn Ethereum and mini-hackathon: Event 001

  • May 24, 2014 · 9:45 AM
  • The Coin Room @ The Escalator

FULLY BOOKED - Don't worry, we're organizing more!

This is a developer-only event.

Do you like the bleeding edge? Do you dream in statically typed languages? Do you want to be able to tell your children "I was there" when they watch videos of Ethereum circa 2014?

Then please RSVP to register your interest in attending a developer-specific event, focused on learning how to program smart contracts in Mutan (http://obscuren.github.io/mutan/). Leading the group will be one of our Core Developers. 

This event will be provided free of charge. Attendance is limited to 14 for now. Complimentary food and drinks will be provided as long as you like pizza and, erm, pizza.

We expect it to last a whole day, with 1/2 dedicated to learn everything about Ethereum, smart contracts and their decentralized GUIs, followed by a mini hackathon until sundown. 

Level of skills required is fairly high as Ethereum is currently rapidly iterating over its software. Some pre-reading materials might become available between now and then but don't count on it. Ideal background would be 2+ years of GoLang development, although anyone who can fluently program in C, C++ or Java should feel relatively at home, too. 

We reserve the right to refuse entry and will validate the guest list to make sure everyone has a good time with peers of the same skill level. Everyone who RSVPs will be contacted via Skype to coordinate the event.


HOW TO GET THERE

Once again, the venue and date is secured thanks to the amazing people at the The Escalator (http://www.theescalator.com/). Their twitter handle is @LondonEscalator

Once you are at the address (you can't miss it, it's a huge building!), enter the Cafe to the left of the big dog mural and make your way upstairs. There will be Ethereum signs, but not necessarily staff to welcome you as it's a Saturday. 

Here's a link to handy map: http://bit.ly/theescalator

By Tube: Stop in WhiteChapel or Stepney Green, it's a 7 minute walk. 

By Bus: 25, 205 and N205 all stop nearby.









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  • Simon T.

    Thanks for organizing the event - it was great to meet and chat to people that I've talked to online.

    The space is great (OK the non existant train service was an unexpected glitch) and in the future I'm sure everyone will be able to get set up easier or better before hand.

    I found it really useful just talking to people about my project who actually understood what I wanted to do and could offer guidance and ideas.

    May 25, 2014

  • Lawrence

    Thanks for organising and sorry for having to leave early :( My Skype is lawrenceedwards

    May 24, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hi guys,
    I am sorry but due to some unexpected change of plans I am not going to be able to come tomorrow. Hopefully we see in the next one.
    I RSVP no in case someone else wants to take my space.
    Enjoy the day.

    May 23, 2014

    • Stephan T.

      Thanks for the heads up Djordje

      May 23, 2014

  • Stephan T.

    Note that the venue name has changed but the building is the same.

    May 16, 2014

  • Stephan T.

    Tosh and I have agreed to team up during the hackathon part of the event to build a really cool rotational savings Dapp :) Can't wait!

    May 10, 2014

  • Jeffrey W.

    Exciting to see what you guys will come up with :-) I'll be there to help around wherever I can.

    April 28, 2014

    • Stephan T.

      I'm beside myself with excitement! Our first 'official' hackathon ever!!!

      2 · April 29, 2014

  • Stephan T.

    Can those who haven't submitted their skype name please do so ASAP - hint: if you're not on the skype channel for the meetup, then you didn't submit your skype name :)

    April 27, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    looking forward...

    April 26, 2014

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