Susan Malaika

JanusGraph Meetups March 2017: New York and London

On the evening of March 1, 2017, graph technology enthusiasts got together for 3 hours to discuss all aspects of developing and applying the technology, with a particular emphasis on JanusGraph. Most of the attendees were working with JanusGraph, formerly Titan. JanusGraph is an open source graph project at the...  Continue reading JanusGraph Meetups March 2017: New York and London

First Blockchain Hyperledger Hackathon in Riyadh: Sold Out

Over 300 people applied to the first blockchain hyperledger hackathon in Riyadh! University students, entrepreneurs, employees from government and private companies were eager to participate - some flying or driving to Riyadh from Dammam, Jedda, Mecca and more. The experience in Riyadh was exceptional as can be seen in the video above. Partners Continue reading First Blockchain Hyperledger Hackathon in Riyadh: Sold Out

Mentors: Hyperledger Blockchain Hackathon Training Riyadh

On February 7, 2017 we invited 35 mentors selected by Badir, King AbdulAziz City of Science and Technology (KACST), and IBM, to attend a training session. The session was held in IBM Riyadh to provide an overview of blockchain and the hyperledger fabric to support the blockchain self study...  Continue reading Mentors: Hyperledger Blockchain Hackathon Training Riyadh

Hyperledger Blockchain Hackathon in Riyadh Feb 2017

We are thrilled about the Hyperledger Blockchain Hackathon in Riyadh on Feb 9-11, 2017 hosted by King AbdulAziz City of Science and Technology (KACST) with partners Badir and IBM. The blockchain technology has taken the world by storm and is expected to transform how multi-party transactions...  Continue reading Hyperledger Blockchain Hackathon in Riyadh Feb 2017

Six Teams: The hyperledger meetup that would not end

On the evening of November 10, 2016, Galvanize had to delay closing their Soho location as the networking at the Hyperledger Meetup was intense and participants showed no intention of leaving. When eventually everyone exited, people continued their deep discussions on the sidewalk outside Galvanize. The attendees were varied,...  Continue reading Six Teams: The hyperledger meetup that would not end

SWE: 11,000 Engineers in Philadelphia

In October 2016, the Society of Women Engineers held their annual conference in the Convention Center in Philadelphia. The event attracted 11,000 attendees. The center of Philadelphia, including the unique Reading Terminal Market nearby, was buzzing, with animated conference participants wearing their badges walking between the hotels and the...  Continue reading SWE: 11,000 Engineers in Philadelphia