Generating a sample network with Hyperledger Composer

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Hyperledger Nairobi is pleased to have a session on Tuesday 19th February 2019 to discuss how to use Hyperledger composer to build blockchain applications.
Find more details here http://meetu.ps/e/GmQfx/CqCW8/f

Hyperledger Composer is one of a set of collaboration tools released under the umbrella of the Hyperledger community. It is designed to make it simple and fast for business owners and developers to create smart contracts and blockchain applications to solve business problems. Read more here https://www.hyperledger.org/projects/composer

It is envisaged that by the end of the meetup, participants will :
1. Have mastered key concepts to help them establish when, how and why to use Hyperledger composer
2. Setup or know how to setup the hyperledger composer tool in their own environments
3. Use composer to develop a blockchain application that addresses a real business need.
4. Move from beginner to intermediate level knowledge in hyperledger composer.

Participants who will get the most out of this session are people with at least a minimum of entry level IT skills who are interested in taking a first step towards learning Hyperledger technologies.

Participants are encouraged to carry their own laptops with the per-requisites and development environment in the links below installed. If any one has a challenge please feel free to start a discussion on the meetup page and someone should be able to assist.

https://hyperledger.github.io/composer/latest/installing/installing-prereqs.html
https://hyperledger.github.io/composer/latest/installing/development-tools.html

Finally, we would love to hear your thoughts and feedback on how we can make the meetup a great experience for you! Please let us know by filling in the form below. https://goo.gl/forms/nqODrwBfZX3UOD2B3

The session shall be delivered by Richard Otolo from @iLabAfrica.

All events by Hyperledger Nairobi are free of charge and all members are encouraged to attend.

For planning reasons and logistics, we advise RSVP'ing early since some events can only accommodate as many.