Feb 12: Blockchain Chaincode with Hyperledger KC

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As organizers of the new official Hyperledger Kansas City Meetup, the Keyhole Software team is excited to host the second meetup of the group scheduled for Tuesday, February 12, 2019, from 5:30 – 7:30 PM.

The topic for this event is titled “Chaincode A.K.A Smart Contracts.” Get RSVP’d to attend on Meetup.com….

Keyhole Announces Kansas City Hyperledger Blockchain User Group

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The Keyhole Software team is excited to announce that we are the new organizers of the official Hyperledger Kansas City Meetup group.

This meetup group will discuss all topics related to Hyperledger blockchains. The group seeks to provide an opportunity for Kansas City professionals to network with others who are interested in, or working with, Hyperledger blockchain networks. 

Hyperledger is an open source collaborative effort created to advance cross-industry blockchain technologies. It is a global collaboration hosted by The Linux Foundation including leaders in finance, banking, Internet of Things, supply chain, manufacturing, and technology. 

The first inaugural meetup of the group is scheduled for Wednesday, December 5, 2018, titled “Hyperledger Fabric In Action.”

Get RSVP’d to attend…

KC User Group Tour, Part 3: Pythonistas

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And now for something completely different… Me: What is the first thing I need to know about Python? Pythonista: Ok, first, open a command line… Me: Alright, I’m ready… Pythonista: Now start Python… so type python and then press return… Me: Cool, Python is already installed… Pythonista: Run import this… Me: (long delay… reading…. now fighting back tears) It’s… It’s beautiful … Who… What…. …

KC User Group Tour, Part 2: Atlassian User Group

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So today I was googling some background info for this post when I found myself wishing that I had some of the good problems in life – problems like trademark erosion. Hang out in development circles long enough, and your bound to hear the phrase “log a JIRA” – meaning: “file a bug report”, “add a task”, “create a user story”, …