If you’re a blockchain developer, you may consider being at the Tezos Developers’ Day scheduled to hold at Maison de la Mutualité (24, rue Saint-Victor, 75005 Paris), in the heart of Paris.
A recent update by Tezos Foundation stated that the event is free for all participants, though they need to register at the foundation’s portal.
Activities lined up for the meet-up include tutorials and discussions related to the blockchain technology with emphasis on Tezos. The one-day EthCC Community Conference would feature topics such as Tezos versus Ethereum which would be presented by Adrian Brink of Cryptium Labs.
Other resource persons for the conference are LIGO’s Christian Rinderknecht and Rémi Lesénécha and SmartPy’s Roland Zumkeller. A panel comprising Julian Konchunas, Anastasiia Kondaurova and Sergii Glushkovskyi of Madfish Solutions would discuss on “Migrating from Solidity to LIGO for a greater good” while another topic “Implementing a partial token contract on Tezos with TZIP-12” would be handled by Matej Sima of Stove Labs.
For those attending @EthCC_ in Paris next week, be sure to check out presentations from @LabosNomades & @CryptiumLabs on #Tezos development.@LabosNomades will also host Tezos Dev Day, a full day, developers-focused event on 6 March.— Tezos Foundation (@TezosFoundation) February 27, 2020
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Participants will learn how to develop on Tezos as Nomadic Labs’, Alexandre Doussot teach “Building a simple dApp”. James Haver of CamlCase would be around for “Dexter: a Decentralized Exchange for Tezos” while Truffle and Tezos will be presented by Cruz Molina.
Interested developers are advised to sign up for the mandatory free registration.