Accessing & Implementing Distributed Apps (DApps) with Hyperledger Fabric

Hyperledger Kansas City
Hyperledger Kansas City
Public group

Keyhole Software

8900 State Line Rd., Ste 455 · Leawood , KS

How to find us

Southwest corner of State Line Road & 89th Street. Use the elevator to take you to the 4th floor --> Around the corner in Suite 455

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Join us for the fourth learning event of the new Kansas City Hyperledger meetup group - this time over the lunch hour!

Hyperledger Fabric a general-purpose blockchain framework that allows groups and consortiums to share data securely and with providence. This presentation will discuss and demonstrate how client applications can interact with a Hyperledger Fabric Distributed Ledger Network.

Hyperledger Fabric has Java, Go, and Node.js SDKs that allow client applications to interact with an HLF network. This presentation will be focused on demonstrating the Node.js SDK.

While you don't need to be a hardcore programmer, understanding basic programming concepts will be helpful in understanding the subject matter.

12:00 - 12:15 PM - Welcome, lunch provided by Keyhole Software
12:15 - 1:00 PM - Presentation by David Pitt
1:00 PM - Wrap-up + Q&A

Who Should Attend:
* Technical individuals who are interested in or active in the space of blockchain application use cases and tools.
* Architects and developers who want to know how to design and write their own blockchain networks or decentralized applications.
* Individual contributors, or leaders of teams who will actively be contributing to the Hyperledger project.

Speaker Bio:
David Pitt is a Principal Consultant and Managing Partner of Keyhole Software ( With more than 25 years of IT experience, David has spent the last 15 years leading and mentoring development teams utilizing Java, .NET, and JavaScript technologies.

Recent projects involve speaking, writing, and training developers in best practices for enterprise development, microservice application architecture, and blockchain technology.