To foster a culture of knowledge sharing in all the cities in which it operates and support local IT communities, Endava is launching EndaVan – a traveling caravan of knowledge as part of a series of free lectures throughout Serbia. Over the next few months, Endava’s experts from Kragujevac, Čačak, Belgrade and Novi Sad will share with the local audience not only technical knowledge but also their experience in the IT industry. The first stop on that road is Kragujevac, where a meetup on the topic of blockchain architecture will be held.
What types of blockchains are most used today and what place does blockchain occupy in distribution systems? Slaviša Krstić from Kragujevac, Senior Architect from Endava, will talk about these topics the first meetup that will be held on March 31 at the Business Innovation Center in Kragujevac, starting at 6 p.m.
„This meetup will be a great opportunity to introduce everyone interested in this “non-traditional” technology, but also to reveal to them which are the most popular programming languages for creating a smart contract, how to implement and verify it and which development tools we can use in blockchain development. . Our goal is to share knowledge not only with experts, but also with the wider IT community, to realize that blockchain is not only a technology whose application you can find in cryptocurrencies but also beyond, and how much potential it brings in various spheres of social, political and economic of life, “he said Slaviša Krstić who specializes in the development of software solutions in the fields of fintech, health and games.
Participation in the meetup is free, but the number of places in the Business Innovation Center in Kragujevac is limited to 60, while online monitoring will be possible. Due to the limited number of places, it is necessary to register for the event by clicking on LINK.
After Kragujevac, EndaVan is planned to visit another city in Serbia every month, and the content will include a set of lectures on various technologies and tools.
Source: Personal magazin by www.personalmag.rs.
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