Matthew Campbell
Dec 12, 2017 · 2 min read

We recently presented at the Bangkok Python meetup. Everyone was super excited to learn about Ethereum and Solidity.

We had over 30 minutes of just questions. We played with the basics of Geth, Node.js, and we even played with an online Solidity IDE to test our code.

Below is the video of the meetup, and here is the the code and the slide deck.

Matthew Campbell speaks about blockchain development at Bangkok Python Meetup

About the Speaker

Matthew Campbell is currently running a blockchain startup Loom Network, they have are building a way for poeple to build scalable sidechains for DApps. He is writing a book called “Microservices in Go”. He has spoke at over 20 international conferences, including GothamGO, Hashicorp Conf, JS Conf, GO India, UK GOlang, MicroXchng, Prometheus Conf. You can see some videos of his previous talks on my YouTube. In the past, he worked at Thomson Reuters, Bloomberg, Gucci, and Cartoon network.


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🛸 The blockchain platform of choice for serious dapp developers — http://loomx.io

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