An Agile Software Engineering Method to Design Blockchain Applications (Michele Marchesi, SECR-2018)
* Michele Marchesi
This paper proposes a software development process to gather the requirement, analyze, design, develop, test and deploy Blockchain applications.
The process is based on Agile practices, but makes also use of more formal notations, such as some UML diagrams, modified to represent specific concepts found in Blockchain development. An example is given to show how the method works.
Learn all about smart contracts and Distributed Autonomous Organisations (DAO’s).
Introduction to the series of videos produced within the TEH Business Development programme.
By Antonio Tenorio-Fornés
Robbie’s Thingiverse Profile: https://thingiverse.com/baldnerd
Robbie and Jeff sit down for a chat about how the pandemic has forced the Internet infrastructure to change rapidly, and what we can expect. Plus Robbie shares how he’s learning to 3D print even without a 3D printer, and the guys offer an easy-to-grasp explanation of what 2FA is, and why it’s important. Bekah has our week’s tech news stories, and Robert is here to help us learn to research the various cryptocurrencies in the market.
BITCOIN ₿ BREAKING THE MARKET ▸ 2018
Identidad Visual | Intro Animado | Motion Design | Motion Graphics
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Discovering Blockchain- An exploration and understanding of your community; empathy mapping
– Non Violent Communication needs inventory: https://www.cnvc.org/training/resource/needs-inventory
– Non Violent Communication feelings inventory: https://www.cnvc.org/training/resource/feelings-inventory
Mapping your community – Before you can find a blockchain solution for a problem within your community, you first need to map it.
Blockchain debates- Learn about some of the advantages and disadvantages of Blockchain.
Blockchain applications – Are you curious on how you could use blockchain in your community?
Link to Blockchain social good organisations:
Don’t let the title underestimate this episode. This is one of the best ones yet.
Jonny, Billy, and Robbie (we need some name better name diversity) dive deep into the world of design, including its philosophy, culture, principles, problems, and importance in the Ethereum / Web3 world.
sound design – Nakhimov Dmitrii
animation – Lemon Digital
Here at Zajno we’ve been working on taking an already existing crypto-currency management app to the next level. We worked on the design and front-end implementation of the app on react.js. The most important goals were for a user to be clear about the status of his or her assets, having an ability to securely log in and authenticate bitcoin transfers, being able to navigate in the app easily and, of course, modern and slick design. This app is designed to also work with a special device that facilitates the security of your crypto-currency assets and is used for authenticating the transfers. The device is available for purchase already, and the updated version of the app for MacOS, Windows and Linux is coming out really soon. Stay tuned!
A series of experimental visuals designed to coexist with IBM Blockchain branding. Custom patterns, textures, and 3D models were created to represent the various industries that are using IBM Blockchain technologies.
This cut is a compilation of the animations I delivered to the client and is for personal portfolio use only.
Music by Balmorhea
Keep exploring your community with the exercise of ‘user journeys’.
New technologies, analytics, and digital currencies such as BitCoin are all evolving our relationship with money and pose many questions. Joe Robinson, ex-product lead at Square and currently VP of Product at Circle, a company in the emerging digital currency space, will share some insights and analysis on the evolving user experience of money.
Landing page design for a cryptocurrency startup.
Extract from Future Design Podcast #002 with Karthik Iyer, The Blockchain Monk
What is the blockchain and how might it be relevant to emerging business models? How does the blockchain case reveal the principles and practices around values such as decentralization, transparency and security that have been integral to the development of the Internet itself? We’ll hear from an anthropologist and a computer scientist about the significance of recent blockchain events as well as the mythologies that currently surround this emerging technology.
Smiljana Antonijević, author of Amongst Digital Humanists
Smiljana Antonijevic (PhD) explores the intersection of communication, culture, and technology through research and teaching in the U.S. and Europe. She is currently appointed as a Research Fellow at the Integrative Research Center of the Field Museum, and as a senior user-research consultant for the Newberry Library and the PCH Research Institute. Her research and publications address a range of topics, such as qualitative digital data (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018); ethnography of coding (OpenBook Publishers, 2017); user-centred design of research tools (ACRL, 2016; Palgrave Macmillan, 2015); data curation (Johns Hopkins University Press Award for Best Article of 2014); digital scholarly collaboration (MIT Press, 2013); interaction design in 3D virtual environments (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013).
Karl Fogel, partner at Open Tech Strategies, LLC
Karl Fogel is an open source software developer, author, and consultant. He has been active in free and open source software since 1992. In 2005 he wrote Producing Open Source Software: How to Run a Successful Free Software Project (O’Reilly Media), based partly on his experiences in the Subversion project.
He is a founding partner at Open Tech Strategies, LLC, where he helps organizations launch and engage with open source projects. He has worked at CollabNet, Google, Canonical, O’Reilly Media, and Code for America / Civic Commons, all as an open source specialist. He has also been an Open Internet Tools Project Fellow at the New America Foundation and a member of the board of directors of the Open Source Initative. He is currently a member of the Apache Software Foundation and President of QuestionCopyright.org.
He can be found at @kfogel on Identi.ca and Twitter, and his home page is red-bean.com/kfogel.
Some Important links-
Bitcointolk username – Harishaa
Bitcointolk profile URL – https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2514875;sa=summary
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