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Hedera Hashgraph Developer Workshop: Get Hands-on with Hashgraph at SFSU!

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San Francisco State University: J Paul Leonard Library

1600 Holloway Ave

Room 121

San Francisco, CA 94132

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Want to learn all about hashgraph and how to develop and deploy an app on the Hedera network? Join the Hedera Hashgraph team, led by chief developer advocate Ken Anderson, as we offer this half day (6-hour), educational workshop hosted by San Francisco State University (SFSU). This workshop is intended to provide attendees with a thorough and detailed look at the distributed ledger technology powering Hedera Hashgraph. This will include a technical overview of the hashgraph consensus algorithm, an in-depth look at available developer resources, a hands-on development component, a look at how to participate in our community testing program, and more.

Attendees should expect to walk away from this event with the following learning goals:

  • A strong understanding of hashgraph, other blockchain based distributed ledgers, and how they differ
  • How to access the Hedera network for both user participation and development projects
  • How to use the developer tools available on the network (including SDKs and services)
  • Hands-on experience developing on hashgraph


This workshop will take place on Saturday, Feb. 23 in the SFSU Library, Room 121 - https://library.sfsu.edu/lib121-library-events-room.

The event will begin at 10:00 am and will conclude at 4:00 pm PST. Food and drinks will be served throughout the workshop.

IMPORTANT: 24 hours before this event you will receive your testnet account key to the email address you use to register for this event. It is important that you have this key in order to access the testnet environment used during this workshop. You do not have to register for an account on the Hedera portal in order to access the testnet for this workshop, but you will need the account key that is emailed to you.

Speaker bio:

Ken Anderson, Chief Developer Advocate

Ken is passionate about a distributed economy and is the Chief Developer Advocate of Hedera. He is a serial entrepreneur, with 20 years of experience in system design and software architecture. He has built a team of award-winning engineers and consulted as interim-CTO for various companies during periods of restructuring. He was also the lead contributor to the TM Forum’s REST API design guidelines, now used throughout the multi-trillion global telecom industry. Ken graduated with a BBA in Management Information Systems from California State University and was an Intelligence Sergeant in the United States Army.

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