Ethereum represents the potential next step in blockchain technology. Bitcoin proved the power of crypto-currency, and Ethereum is rebuilding the internet and society in a decentralized manner that is more fair and efficient.
If you are interested in the very cutting edge of decentralized technology we want you with us!
This week we will have core dev Joseph Delong from Pegasys talking about scaling Ethereum from end to end.
We will be in _Duncan Hall, Room 1064_.
Later, we can head to Valhalla (warm enough weather permitting).
Valhalla has some food/snacks as well as sodas and beer. Feel free to join us and meet other Ethereum enthusiasts.
Google Maps has the accurate location https://goo.gl/maps/5nk6PYpbqqq Valhalla is located underneath the steps going up to the Chemistry Lecture hall, and is available by a wooden door on either side of the steps. We'll be outside on the picnic tables.
You can pay to park in the Rice lots http://parking.rice.edu/ or find a spot in the neighborhood if you're willing to walk a few minutes - but be careful to follow the signs on where parking is allowed.