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BLOCKCHAIN-Anonymity and its identity
Distributed ledgers technologies have gained popularity in recent years. In 2017 alone, startups and innovators around the world raised funds much faster through the issuance of utility and security tokens compared to traditional ways of raising seed capital. Increased adoption of blockchain technologies around the world has been met by an acute shortage of talent, especially from Sub-Saharan Africa. This presents an urgent need to equip developers from the developing world with the necessary skills to compete on the global stage and further solve societal and economic challenges using distributed ledger technologies. If you're keen on learning emerging trends and fancy building a solid foundation in blockchain development, join us at our first developer meet in Africa to be held at JKUAT. Speakers Dr. John Walubengo - Lecturer and Member of National Taskforce on Blockchain and AI, Data Protection - KE Santhosh Palavesh - Chief Innovations Officer at Belfrics and CEO at UMM Digital valued at 1B KES Raghu Vamsi Gonnabathula - Lead Software Engineer at Belfrics *book your spot!* https://www.eventbrite.com/e/introduction-to-blockchain-development-identity-tickets-52159906685

JKUAT University,SCC 100

P.O BOX 62000-00100,Nairobi-Juja town · Nairobi

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    What we're about

    The Google Developer Group (GDG) Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology(JKUAT) chapter is for everyone interested in learning about Google technologies and has a passion for building what's next using these technologies. Everyone from students to professionals and technology enthusiasts is invited to join in.

    Developer Student Club(DSC) Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology(JKUAT) chapter is a Google Developers program for university students, designed to help them build their mobile and web development skills and knowledge. It is open to any student, ranging from novice developers who are just starting, to advanced developers who want to further their skills. It is intended to be a space for students to learn and collaborate as they solve mobile and web development problems.

    We host our meetups at JKUAT main campus, Juja and are open to the general public and everyone is invited to participate. We periodically host joint weekly meetups with the Society of Computer Science and Information Technology (SCOSIT) at JKUAT.

    Disclaimer: GDG|DSC JKUAT is an independent group; our activities and the opinions expressed on here should in no way be linked to Google, the corporation.

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