This is a PRIVATE Event.Objective
The objective of the event is to enable attendees to become familiar with the concepts, operation, and benefits of a blockchain. Attendees will be introduced to the Hyperledger Composer and how to model business networks. Concepts introduced during the presentations are reinforced with a combination of live demonstrations and hands-on lab exercises. At the end of this workshop, attendees will have a better understanding on how to develop business networks and applications that access the Hyperledger Fabric.
This is aimed at business and technical representatives.
The morning session focus is on business concepts appropriate for business, developers and architects. The workshop assumes no current knowledge of blockchain or its current uses.
The afternoon session focus is more technical, appropriate for developers and architects.
Participants are responsible for their own business travel expenses, including parking and lunch.
There are several parking garages in the area. Most of them charge around $21.00 per day and require cash as a method of payment. The garage on F street between 14th and 15th accepts credit cards.
Metro Center is the closest metro station from the location (about 2 blocks away, walking distance).
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IBM Government and Regulatory Affairs Washington (Hamilton Square) - 3rd floor rooms 356 600 14th St. NW Washington, 20005
Registration is closed for this event. For more information or questions, please email: email@example.com