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JAX London, 8-11 October 2018
The Conference for Java & Software Innovation

Conor Svensson
12 Oct 2017
09:00 - 17:00
Barbican Suite
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[Sold out] Workshop: Developing Java applications on the Blockchain with web3j

12 Oct 2017
09:00 - 17:00
Barbican Suite

PLEASE NOTE: Workshop will be held in a different Location: Thistle City Barbican Hotel (Central St, Clerkenwell, London)

This workshop is for anyone who wants to look beyond the hype and get some hands-on experience developing with blockchain technology. You’ll learn how to use and integrate Java applications with the dominant public blockchain Ethereum. We’ll also touch on the private blockchain technology Quorum. 

Specifically, you will learn:

  • what a blockchain is
  • how the dominant public blockchain, Ethereum works
  • how the library web3j talks to Ethereum
  • what a smart contract is and how you can work with smart contracts from Java
  • web3j’s reactive API and how it uses the ReactiveX Observables to greatly enhance working with Ethereum
  • how to create and manage tokens via smart contracts on Ethereum
  • how to use the private blockchain technology Quorum with web3j-quorum
Workshop Requirements:
  • Java 8
  • Gradle or Maven installed
  • Java Development IDE
  • Local admin rights on your machine for installing software

Optionally, if you’d like to get the following dependencies installed that will save some time at the start of the workshop:

    • $ geth –rpcapi personal,db,eth,net,web3 –rpc –testnet

Behind the Tracks

Software Architecture & Design
Software innovation & more
Architecture structure & more
Agile & Communication
Methodologies & more
Emerging Technologies
Everything about the latest technologies
DevOps & Continuous Delivery
Delivery Pipelines, Testing & more
Cloud & Modern Infrastructure
Everything about new tools and platforms
Big Data & Machine Learning
Saving, processing & more