This will be a technical talk for beginner to advanced Go programmers who would like to learn how the
go-ethereum code base is structured.
geth Ethereum client is one of the many programs defined by this project.
I am writing my notes for this presentation.
Your comments are invited!
InfoQ.com will publish the presentation in their unique format, featuring synchronized video & transcript during the first week of July, 2018. A full-length (70 minute) version of this presentation was recorded at IBM Ottawa on May 28, 2018; a video is expected shortly. Here are the slides for the full-length version.
Mike can tailor this subject matter for various audiences, please contact him if you would like him to address a group that your are associated with.
‘Polyglot’ means “of many languages”, and we believe that enterprises that integrate smart contracts into their infrastructure will require solutions that incorporate many simultaneous software languages, libraries and runtime environments, all working as one in a distributed environment. Some of our smart-contract work is Ethereum-specific and some is general in nature.
We anticipate significant need for system integration and are interested in distributed consensus / blockchain / cryptocurrency architecture and features that support enterprise needs.