Watch All the Recordings of LiskJS
On November 19th, LiskHQ hosted the annual blockchain event in Berlin. Watch the following playlist containing announcements and presentations from the event: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLixm1arf_lEy1IK3AQiKK_J0hdO9rGc30
Developers learned how to code with Lisk’s SDK during hands on workshops, listened to keynotes from industry insiders and networked with local blockchain enthusiasts.
They opened the event with the lead backend developer Maciej Baj, who introduced the audience to Lisk SDK and its benefits for developers. After that, backend developer Michiel Mulders gave an overview of custom transactions in order to prepare developers for the following SDK workshops.
A recording of the speech that Max Kordek and Oliver Beddow gave at Lisk.js 2019.
Backend developer Ishan Tiwari introduces you to the Lisk P2P library and its features with a special focus on partial mesh network topology. Ishan explains how partial mesh topology allows for greater P2P network efficiency and scalability.
Backend developer Mehmet Yatki presents a different approach to software testing with “one guideline to test them all”.
In this presentation, Michal Tuleja will introduce you to blockchain micro-services and how LiskHQ supports blockchain-based products with service-oriented architecture.
Mitsuaki Uchimoto explains different types of network attacks and how they use mechanisms like eviction, scores and penalties to mitigate network attacks.
The panel discussion focused on questions for the research & development teams. Questions on Lisk Platform, Lisk SDK and Research were answered.
Moderator: Michael Borowiec (Communications Lead)
Panel: Iker Alustiza, Ph.D.(Research Scientist), Jan Hackfeld, Ph.D. (Head of Research), Shusetsu Toda (Lead Backend Developer) and Max Kordek (Co-founder of Lisk)
Iker Alustiza and Maxime Gagnebin from the Lisk research team presented “The fairest of them all? An overview of Lisk’s newly researched DPoS algorithm”. Iker and Maxime talked about the main properties and objectives of the new DPoS mechanism to
1. Disincentivize coalitions (remove the cartels)
2. Make it open and fair (lower the entry barrier)
3. Offer vote flexibility and
4. Enable efficiency to process the votes
Jurre Machielsen of Lisk Center Utrecht (LCU) talks about developing a blockchain hub from the ground up. LCU is a community driven co-working space in Utrecht (Netherlands). Jurre believes that open source blockchain innovations will thrive in a co-working space where you can meet like minded people and help solve problems together.
Edward Trosclair, founder of Sidechain Solutions, shares an update of what his team has been working on for the past months. He reveals a new app that his team has been developing called Chronicler.
Jackson Roberts, a developer in Lisk community for two years, introduces his project Moracle. Moracle provides a completely different approach to traditional oracles. Instead of using a centralized source with a single API endpoint, it uses generalized, repositories for data for anyone to access.
Zachary Barnett, Head of Operations at GNY, gives an introduction to the machine learning platform for blockchain apps. He presents GNY’s roadmap through 2020, which includes four PoC applications.
Source: Lisk Youtube Channel