THE ORIGIN OF YOUR BUSINESS
Provenance Blockchain Workshop is held in multiple locations around the world, bringing together business leaders, technical architects and developers to create innovation around blockchain technology.
Blockchain Developer Conference
Provenance Workshops can offer your business with leverage from industry-wide blockchain experts:
Understanding your business’ use case for blockchain
Determining your business and technology roadmap required for your solution
Prioritising in your business’ requirements for a minimum viable product (MVP)
Assisting your business in producing an MVP build up
THE ORIGIN OF YOUR BUSINESS
09:45 | Empowering the World with Blockchain
Blockchain technology is on the cusp of revolutionising every industry in society - how does that affect citizens in a democracy? Blockchain has been encouraged by governments keen to explore the record keeping technology as a way to improve transparency in global markets that affects citizens. How do governments introduce this innovation to an organisation that is held in the power of democratic citizens?
10.15 | Incorporating a Development Methodology
Ideas that are executed quickly and successfully to market ahead of competition means reducing the amount of work that the development team spend building on errors and risk to the product. How does this impact the development team building on top of blockchain? What strategies to successful companies execute?
10.45 | BREAK
11.00 | Selecting the ‘Right’ Infrastructure and Architecture
New web development frameworks are sprouting out at a more rapid pace than anyone could keep up with. What are the important factors to keep in mind when developing on a blockchain infrastructure? Coding everything from scratch is time consuming. How can your team cover all the aspects of an application?
11.30 | Building Decentralised Applications
Blockchain = decentralising.The best products with the best overall experiences and qualities are those that win. Blockchains enables coordination and organizations to allow different people to come together and agree upon information without having to trust each other. What does this mean for a product that’s built around decentralization?
12.00 | Panel Debate: Revolutionising Businesses through Enterprise Blockchain
Many enterprises have now built their own blockchain product or have tools that can help their clients develop a product using blockchain technology. How do they help their clients implement blockchain using the technology they have built? What are their strategy when it comes to a traditional industry now wants to look at blockchain technology for their company?
12.30 | LUNCH
13.30 | Designing UX Around a “Trustless” Technology
Building blockchain products with developers mean huge backend infrastructure implementation to make the best functionalities. How about thinking in terms of what the user wants? What methodology do companies follow and execute within teams for design thinking?
14.00 | Utilising Data to Design Blockchain Systems
Research comes from customers, these are users of your product. How can you build a blockchain product with the data you collected? How do you test for what the users need?
14.30 | Bridging the Gap of Design & Development
Currently teams are divided when it comes to developing blockchain products. Developers work heavily on backend functionality and frontend user interface. Are development teams implementing what the user wants? Design teams are customer focused with carrying out research on usability. How do you remove this barrier with technology and fast tracking the errors of product success?
15.00 | BREAK
15.30 | Scaling Development with Polkadot
Polkadot built by Parity enables blockchain transactions to be spread out among chains allowing more transactions to be processed at the same time. How does Polkadot allow independent blockchains to exchange information and execute trust-free transactions? How is Polkadot decentralising the web?
16.00 | Panel Debate: Facilitating Individual Ownership of Personal Data Globally
Blockchain technology provides an alternative that gives the ownership of data back to users. How do companies and governments allow citizens to be in full control and decide which applications and services of where they can access their data?
16.30 | Closing