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Friday, August 30 • 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Smart Contract Development: Security and Best Practice

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Smart contract development is not trivial and security issues are common. As smart contracts usually hold value, are publicly readable and cannot be modified after deployment, they are a very attractive target for cyber attacks and millions are lost every year to smart contract vulnerabilities.

What will students learn?
In this workshop, you will learn common best practices for smart contract development, using Ethereum as the underlying platform. You will also become familiar with a number of known vulnerabilities and present tools and methodologies for auditing smart contracts.

This course is appropriate for current and aspiring blockchain developers who want to better understand the security risks and mitigation strategies for smart contracts.

Prerequisite: basic understanding of smart contracts, Ethereum, and some programming knowledge. Code examples are designed to be trivial to understand for those used to imperative programming languages. 

Teachers
avatar for Stefan Beyer, PhD

Stefan Beyer, PhD

CEO, Cryptonics
Dr. Stefan Beyer is the CEO of Cryptonics Consulting, a blockchain-specific spin-off of a large cybersecurity company. He is an experienced distributed systems researcher with a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Manchester, specialising in smart contract audits. He... Read More →

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John Paller

Founder & Steward, OPOLIS // ETHDenver
John Paller is an technology entrepreneur with almost 20 years in the talent acquisition, HR & employment space. After almost two decades of building multiple successful enterprises, he founded Opolis, a decentralized employment protocol. Opolis will bring portable, self-determined... Read More →


Friday August 30, 2019 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Mountain 13200 E 14th Pl, Aurora, CO 80011