Building and Running an Auditing Solution on Blockchain

On 21st February, I will be conducting an event at Microsoft NYC campus on building and running a fully functional blockchain based audit trail application.

The first half is a good fit for both business and technical audiences, as it covers auditing scenarios using blockchain. The latter half will showcase an open source project that provides tracking of Wikipedia change logs using blockchain.

I will do a deep dive into the running solution that leverages the Ethereum Rinkeby Network. I will showcasing open source project
Wikipedia logs change tracking” that I am currently working on.

Session Summary

  • 6:30 PM | Overview of auditing capabilities of blockchain
  • 7 PM – 9 PM | Project Showcase – Tracking/Auditing Changes from Wikipedia Logs.
  • Q&A + Demos
  • Developers are encouraged to bring their laptops running Mac OS or Windows 10 (or Windows Server 2016). Instructions to setup the project will be provided during the session.

    Building and Running an Auditing Solution on Blockchain

    Wednesday, Feb 21, 2018, 6:30 PM

    Microsoft
    11 Times Square New York, NY

    53 Members Went

    • What we’ll do In this session, you will learn about how to build and run a fully functional blockchain based audit trail application. As usual, everyone is welcome. The first half is a good fit for both business and technical audiences, as it covers auditing scenarios using blockchain. The latter half will showcase an open source project that pro…

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    Event Announcement “Blockchain 101 – Introduction for Developers”


    Some of you may already be aware that I host NYC MS Cloud User Group technology meet up every month at Microsoft Manhattan campus.This month, I will be hosting/presenting alongside with my colleague Cale Teeteron blockchain.I did a similar session earlier this year in January and turnout was great and based on feedback doing another session in July.

    Here is the brief agenda:

    • Learn basics of blockchain. What exactly is a block? How blocks are created? What are transactions?
    • Understand what is a transaction and role of mining.
    • Learn what are smart contracts and how to write them in solidity.
    • Demos (mostly based on Ethereum but will talk about other chains too as its important to understand the overall landscape)

    Blockchain 101 – Introduction for Developers

    Monday, Jul 31, 2017, 6:30 PM

    Location details are available to members only.

    62 Members Attending

    Hello everyone!Excited to announce first session for summer and its on blockchain! (again considering the demand)Here is what Gartner predicts about blockchain:·  By 2022, at least one innovative business built on blockchain technology will be worth $10 billion.·  By 2030, 30% of the global customer base will be made up of things, and those thi…

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    First Look Into Blockchain

    Since last year, I have been spending time with customers understanding how blockchain can help them improve/replace existing processess. Its relatively a new technology but evolving very fast. Anyways, recorded an hour long video session  First Look Into Blockchain for Channel9. Its predominately focus on blockchain from developers perspective.

    • [0:57] What is Blockchain?
    • [2:14] How is this different than a standard distributed database?
    • [5:16] DEMO: Introduction and Overview of Blockchain in a Dev/Test lab on Azure
    • [30:40] DEMO: Blockchain and .NET