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Workshop: Implementing DLT use cases with Corda

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Workshop: Implementing DLT use cases with Corda

The Frankfurt School Blockchain Center organizes a joint workshop with R3. The goal is to explain Corda as a DLT framework and to show how a first Corda project could be implemented. Importantly, we use a set of real examples to highlight how Corda code looks in detail.

Corda is a blockchain-inspired open source distributed ledger platform and is specialized for use with regulated financial institutions. It is heavily inspired by blockchain systems but without the design choices that make traditional blockchains inappropriate for many financial scenarios. R3, the company who developed Corda, has been founded by 42 financial institutions worldwide and now counts more than 100 members. This indicates the interest of financial organizations and companies from other industries to help develop a joint DLT “language” for commerce.

Corda can be used in all industries from industrial goods to travel and – of course – banking and insurance. While R3 has its roots in the financial services industry, finance departments in practically all industries can operate DLT processes based on DLT using Corda. Now that the first version of the software architecture has been published, companies and the developer community demand more information about how they can implement use cases with Corda.

On course completion, participants will leave with an understanding of how to develop and deploy CorDapps (applications on Corda), as well as understand the security, network design and other key aspects of Corda’s architecture.

Content of the workshop

  • Introduction to Corda: understand the overall architecture, key concepts and components of Corda
  • Getting Started: learn how to set up your development environment for running and writing CorDapps
  • States: understand how to model shared facts and agreements on the ledger
  • Contracts: use test-driven development to create smart contracts controlling the evolution of the ledger
  • Transactions: learn about the transaction life cycle, and how transactions are used to propose ledger updates
  • Flows: use R3 flow testing framework to develop flows allowing Corda users to automate common business logic
  • Corda Node: learn how the node is designed, what it can do, and what it cannot. Learn what services/APIs the node offers
  • Corda Network: understand how a Corda network is structured and how data flows between nodes on the network

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Location: Frankfurt School of Finance & Management

Date: Wed., 29.11.2017, 10:00 until 16:30 o‘clock

Language: English

Registration required; maximum numbers of participants: 40

Lecturer: Ivan Schasny

Ivan Schasny from R3 will as lecturer hold this workshop. Ivan works as a CordApps developer for R3. His experience comes mostly from financial industry, where he took various developer and lead roles for such organizations as JP Morgan, Bank Of America, RBS and others. He started his career in Moscow, where he worked for one of the biggest brokerages in Russia. He was running a development team, which was building a risk management solution for the broker. After five years in Moscow he moved to Singapore, where, as a developer, he joined FX team in Bank Of America Merrill Lynch and JP Morgan Chase afterwards. After Singapore he moved to London, where he now lives. His last role before joining R3 was at RBS, where as a part of OpenBanking program, he designed and built public APIs for payments, customer accounts and transactions.

Agenda

  • 10:00 Welcome and presentation of the agenda
  • 10:15 Corda as a framework for future financial use cases and Corda’s key concepts
  • 11:15 Corda architecture
  • 11:55 Lunch
  • 13:00 Demonstration of project “Wildfire”
  • 14:00 My first Corda project: developing a CorDapp on TestNet (part 1)
  • 14:30 Coffee break
  • 15:00 My first Corda project: developing a CorDapp on TestNet (part 2)
  • 16:15 Conclusion and outlook
  • 16:30 End


Who should participate?

The application of blockchain technology and leveraging smart contracts is still in a very early stage. Currently, the foundations are being created. Yet, each organization will need to understand DLT to identify both opportunities and risks.

This developer workshop is ideal for the following people:

  • Employees in the area of IT (IT strategy and architecture, IT development, front office IT, software vendors, system integrators, IT consulting) across all industries
  • Employees with a financial services background (finance development, treasury, asset management) in all industries
  • Developers and architects from central banks and regulators
  • Employees in the area of business development and digitization in all industries
  • Analysts (with IT or business background) concerning the application of technologies

Participant prerequisites

As part of this course, we will be developing a CorDapp in Kotlin, a JVM language. Participants will therefore require intermediate programming ability in Java or similar. No prior knowledge of distributed ledger technologies or blockchain technology is expected. You are welcome to bring your laptops to follow the code examples.

In preparation for this course in advance and to make best use of time, we recommend the following:

Contact

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Frankfurt School Blockchain Center

Email: info@fs-blockchain.de

Phone: +49 69 154 008-790

Internet: www.fs-blockchain.de

About the Frankfurt School Blockchain Center

The Frankfurt School Blockchain Center is a think tank and research center which investigates implications of the blockchain technology for companies and their business models. Besides the development of prototypes, it serves as a platform for manager, start-ups, technology and industry experts to share knowledge and best practices. The Blockchain Center also provides new research impulses and develops trainings for students and executives. It focuses on banking, mobility, “Industrie 4.0” and the energy sector.

Further information can be found on the Website, on Facebook, or via Twitter.

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