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Date(s) - Saturday, September 23, 2017
9:30 am - 5:00 pm

Curated House, Gordon Chambers


Blockchain Coding Workshop


Brought to you by Girl Geek Scotland and Legal Hackers Scotland in partnership with ScotChain17.

We are holding two training sessions for participants in #HackChain17 to help them get to grips with Blockchain technology and come up with awesome ideas for the hackathon. Don’t forget to register for the hackathon too, which takes place 6-8 October. See the HackChain17 website for more information and to sign up.

Who It’s For

Anyone who’s interested in taking part in #HackChain17 and would like to learn some Blockchain coding before the event. We would recommend that you have some programming experience in one or more general purpose languages (e.g. Python, Java, C#), and can handle tasks like downloading code projects and debugging your code without needing that much help.

Course Content

In this one day workshop, we will cover some Blockchain code projects that you might want to use when building your team’s idea during the hackathon. The course will be mostly hands-on coding, so please bring a laptop (with charger).

Pre-register on Eventbrite

Only people who pre-register on Eventbrite will be admitted to the event.


09:30-10:00 Introduction

10:00-11:15 – Session 1

11:15-11:30 – Break

11:30-12:45 – Session 2

12:45-13:15 – Lunch

13:15-14:30 – Session 3

14:30-14:45 – Break

14:45-16:00 – Session 4

16:00-16:30 – Q&A

16:30-16:45 – Idea generation

16:45-17:00 – Close


Eventbrite - Girl Geek Scotland #HackChain17 - Blockchain Coding Workshop

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