IBM Code Tech Talk: Create and execute blockchain smart contracts

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Date(s) - December 6, 2017
11:00 am


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Organizations that use blockchain depend on trusted transactions to securely automate processes that were previously completed manually. In this tech talk, you’ll learn how to use the Hyperledger Composer framework to create and execute smart contracts. Those contracts will run within a blockchain application built on Hyperledger Fabric. This talk will take an in-depth look at the code pattern Create and execute blockchain smart contracts.


  • Laura Bennett: Laura is an Engineering manager whose team focuses on building applications & tooling for developers to get skilled with some very cool emerging technologies. This love of technology started at a young age given her love of gadgets and making gadgets do odd things. She then developed a strong interest in Artificial Intelligence and was able to finally apply it during her time in Watson.
  • Ishan Gulhane: Ishan is a Software Engineer who is responsible for building applications showcasing technologies that are in the Blockchain, IoT and Fintech spaces. He is responsible for the full-development lifecycle: design, development, deployment & maintenance of the applications.

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The IBM Code Tech Talks are a series of calls and demos where IBM Code pattern project owners peel back the covers of their pattern projects, sharing functions, techniques, challenges, and goals.

The series is designed to help you understand more about the patterns currently on IBM Code, introduce you to the developers, communities, and ecosystems that are driving open source innovation at IBM, and help you discover opportunities to use and contribute to these projects and connect with the innovators and communities behind them.

To see previously recorded IBM Code Tech Talks, visit the IBM Code YouTube channel.