Workshop | Diving into Scilla: A Safe-by-Design Smart Contract Language

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Cluj HUB - Central

Ferdinand 22-26, 3rd floor Carrefour entrance (Tipografiei street) · Cluj-Napoca

How to find us

Cluj HUB is located in Central Commercial Center, 22-26 Regele Ferdinand Street, 3rd Floor. Once you arrive at 3rd floor, the guys from reception will guide to the workshop area.

Location image of event venue


Join us on September 4th, from 10:00 till 18:00, at ClujHub, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, for our FREE full day workshop about a safe-by-design smart contract language developed by Zilliqa's team, namely Scilla.

We are delighted to have Amrit Kumar, ​ Head of Research at Zilliqa, and Han Wen Chua, Developer Relations at Zilliqa, in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. They came all the way from Singapore to share their knowledge about smart contract programming.


IMPORTANT 1: Bear in mind please that we have only 50 seats available in ClujHub , therefore we strongly recommend to register using this 👉 form 👈 before 1st of September 2018. The first-come-first-served rule will be applied. Thanks.

IMPORTANT 2: For more information, you may visit to get started with programming with Scilla before the session starts!


Therefore, we are inviting all Smart Contract Developers, whether they just kicked off or are pretty advanced developers, to bring their laptops to a hands-on session to introduce you to Scilla, a smart contract language designed as a principled language with smart contract safety in mind.

Scilla imposes a structure on smart contracts that will make applications less vulnerable to attacks by eliminating certain known vulnerabilities directly at the language-level. Furthermore, the principled structure of Scilla will make applications inherently more safe.

On the event day, Amrit Kumar will kick off at 10:00 in the morning with an overview of Zilliqa project. Then he will move into Scilla language design principles and Han Wen Chua will have a demo on Scilla IDE / Testnet / Javascript Library API.

After lunch, a hands on session is scheduled. And that's when the fun part kicks in 😁. Therefore we are going to form teams and aim to write our own contract/dapp. The pseudo codes will be written on the whiteboards and then presented by each team.

At 15:00 we will continue with a coding session to develop the contract and from 17:00 Amrit will have a demonstration of Coq Formal Proof for crowdfunding contract and how Coq proofs are generated.

Laptop that can runs NodeJS
Some Javascript experience

The Schedule

Please use the following link to have access to the last version of the schedule:

I hope you are going to enjoy it. See you all on 4th of September 2018! 🤓