Hands-On Workshop #3 ~ Building an Application Using the Cosmos-SDK

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The House

2311 Bowditch St · Berkeley, CA

How to find us

The House is located next to Chengdu Style and across the street from Urban Outfitters on Bowditch Street.

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Details

Cosmos is coming to Berkeley for a THREE PART workshop series!

IMPORTANT: You MUST claim a FREE TICKET on Eventbrite if you want to attend in-person.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cosmos-hands-on-workshop-3-building-an-application-using-the-cosmos-sdk-tickets-56079221461

Come and learn about about what one of the most innovative blockchain and interoperability projects in the space is working on!

In this hands-on workshop you will learn how to assemble the different modules and components of the Cosmos-SDK in a complete application. During this process, you will build your own module and learn how to incorporate that code in your application. If you are interested in learning how to build blockchains, then this is the class for you.

Online Material:
https://github.com/cosmos/sdk-application-tutorial

Prerequisite Knowledge:
A high-level understanding of Golang and some experience working with Go tooling. Up-to-date and working Golang tooling on your machine. A desire to build a blockchain from scratch!

We are looking for individuals who have a developer background as this is going to be a highly technical meetup.

Please BRING YOUR LAPTOP!

Lecturer:
Jack Zampolin
Cosmos-SDK Product Manager

Jack Zampolin is the Product Manager on the CosmosSDK. Prior to his time at Cosmos, he worked for InfluxData and Blockstack. Jack is a strong proponent of open-source software, blockchain technology, and good product design.

Other Workshops:
Workshop #1 ~ Many Chains, One Ecosystem ~ February 19th
Workshop #2 ~ Building Plasma on the Cosmos-SDK ~ March 11th

This event will be live streamed via YouTube for those who cannot make it in person. Please keep an eye out on this event page for updates regarding live stream details.

We would like to thank The House for hosting us!

Please email [masked] with questions.