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Tuesday, May 7 • 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Understanding Blockchains

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A blockchain consists of three elements: a contract, an immutable data structure, and cryptography. A wide number of variants of these three elements exist, and they can be combined in a variety of fashions in order to achieve an immutable record with as much of the information encrypted as the designers wish. This tutorial touches on variants of the contract and aspects of cryptography such as zero-knowledge proofs and quadratic span programs. It was previously given at ICSA 2018 and the 2017 International Conference on Software Security and Assurance.

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Len Bass

Carnegie Mellon University
Len Bass is an award-winning author who has lectured widely around the world. His books on software architecture are standards. His book on DevOps is, in the words of an Amazon reviewer, "the first DevOps book that shows a realistic and achievable view of the full implementation of... Read More →


Tuesday May 7, 2019 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Grand Station 4 Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square

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