aelf Invited to Present at DotNet Elite Forum
aelf Senior Technical Manager Wenkai Shi shares how to build an efficient and stable multi-level cross-chain platform
On October 27, 2019, the 3rd DNT Elite Forum, organized by .NET Beijing Club, was held in Beijing’s Microsoft Building. More than 100 technical enthusiasts and industry experts attended. The forum saw presentations from experienced .NET experts and active community users, based on the principle of “sharing, growing, cooperation and win-win”, and aimed to build a leading technology sharing platform ecosystem.
Key individuals were invited to contribute, including Wenkai Shi (Senior Technical Manager of aelf), Hui Feng, (Ctrl Senior Software Engineer), and Anduin, a well-known anchorman of BiliBili. They presented “Design and Practice of Blockchain Cross-chain Technology”, “.NET Core Advanced RabbitMQ Message Queue”, and “Migrate Existing .NET Core App to .NET Core 3.0” respectively.
Wenkai Shi, senior technical manager of aelf, combined aelf’s design ideas and real-life use cases, introducing how once can build an efficient and stable multi-level cross-chain platform. He summed up the characteristics of aelf’s cross-chain:
“aelf cross-chain is the indexing behavior of each production node, this process is completely decentralized and the index data load is low. Information can only be indexed by other chains when the block becomes the irreversible block. Therefore, it makes the system safe. aelf cross-chain refers to the classic Merkle Proof verification method, so the verification process is efficient.”
In the future, aelf will give a special focus to the growing aelf’s developer community and improving technological research and development. The aelf Bug Bounty Program, launched on October 24th, invites developers to participate in the experience of bug finding, suggest constructive feedback, and win large ELF rewards.
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