This is a quick intro to the solidity programming language. Kirk Ballou and I put this together around 0.4.12, so there may be some things that are outdated as this language changes quite a bit month to month.
I did a quick presentation on IPFS and other distributed filesystems. This isn't a super deep presentation, but it does cover some of the general principles behind these projects, what they aim to do, and how they are approaching their solutions.
This is and probably always will be a work in progress as things change within Ethereum. I've tried to boil down the concepts inside this blockchain implementation the best I can.
If you have any questions or suggestions, please do not hesitate to reach out.
After playing around on the internet for 22 years, I felt it was finally time to put together a home for myself. I've been a vagabond running around the net making my home in IRC channels, a fairly active Facebook profile and lots of Reddit upvotes.
What I didn't have was a collection of my endeavors and career history. I've owned my domain for close to 10 years now but I never used it for anything. Today, February 13, 2016, I'm planting my flag and calling this website my home.
I'll post on here on a semi-infrequent regularity. Sitting down, gathering my thoughts and writing is something I do need to get better at. And this is where I intend on doing it.
I'd like to give a huge shout out and thanks to Debra Swersky for taking me on as a client and helping me pull together all the bits and pieces, write out concise descriptions of each and organize everything into what you see here.
I'd also like to say thanks to Mike Robinson for the privilege of using his photography on the site. He captures a place that I fell in love with almost a decade ago, the far West Texas Chinati Mountains.
Well, that's all for now. I'm up here in Vancouver, BC working on the 9th edition of the BIL Conference. I'm sure I'll have some more to write in a few days.