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Hello, blockchain enthusiasts!
It's 2018...ready to join the blockchain party? Now's a great time to get on board!
1. The newest can't-miss developer conference is Index - San Francisco, February 20 - 22 at Moscone West. This isn't your typical conference; it's an open developer community event that's created by developers, for developers, with a focus on technology, not products. At Index, you can advance your blockchain skills and your career with the latest blockchain development practices and techniques. Get the details on all the blockchain activities at Index, and register today -- the action starts in just a few weeks.
(By the way, Index - San Francisco is about more than just blockchain. With 8 learning tracks and over 100 sessions, you can get your hands on the latest technologies like AI, Kubernetes, Swift, and OpenWhisk. Best of all, the content is carefully curated by independent domain experts from companies like Google, Slack, Accenture, Docker Inc, Amazon, Salesforce, eBay, Red Hat, Spotify, Topcoder, DigitalOcean, and more.)
2. A little closer to home (like on your own laptop), check out the free Blockchain Innovators webcasts on developerWorks. Led by IBM technical experts, the weekly webcasts are live, interactive, and focused on how developers are using blockchain for business. See the upcoming webcasts and replays and subscribe.
3. Sign up now for the next installment in the popular series, What Every Technical Leader Needs to Know about Blockchain, February 22 at 12 noon ET. In this one-hour roundtable, you'll get insights into how you as a developer and other technical leaders can initiate blockchain adoption discussions with the business stakeholders in your organization. You'll also learn the easiest way to get started with the IBM Blockchain Platform. (In case you missed it, catch the replay of the series kickoff.)
As always, the latest blockchain developer resources are in the Blockchain Developer Center. Party on, blockchain developers!
Gretchen Moore - Managing Editor, developerWorks Blockchain Developer Center