Blockchain Tutorials

AlgoHub and PyTeal Tutorials

I have recently been playing with Algo and going through the newly created AlgoHub PyTeal Developer course. For my development IDE I decided to go with VSCode, why you ask? I guess it is becoming abit of a standard for blockchain development and my Spydr IDE I tend to use more for financial modelling. The course was well laid out, the videos could have had higher resolution on the code snippets but using my zoom…

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Blockchain Conference

Crypto Con Gold Coast – 2022

This year I ended up sitting on a panel on Saturday, day one of the conference to discuss “getting a job in Blockchain Development”. The talk went well and I was accompained by an amazing panel. I am not sure if it was video captured but if it was I will put the link up. Some of the key take aways: Your never to early Discord is your friend, join a channel it is still…

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Blockchain Tutorials

Getting started with Algorand

I have decided to write a tutorial because I myself got lost in setting up Algorand development environment. So lets see if I can add any clarification for people and also create a reference place for myself. As everything in web3 moves fast this tutorial notes could become outdated and if they do I will do my best to either update the post or simply make a new one. Development environment tools The key tools…

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Conference

Women in Emerging Tech – 2022

I was humbed to be asked to present a talk at the Women in Emerging Tech event put on by Karen Cohen and hosted by Deloitte in Melbourne on the 31st of August 2022. The event was fantastic and I really enjoyed meeting so many Women founders in one space. My talk was well recived and I thank everyone for their kinds words and glad it could help some people along their journey. There was…

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Meet-Up

Blockchain Trends and Predictions 2021

I was privliged enough to be able to sit on the panel for blockchain trend discussion with Blockchain Professionals Sydney. The talk was great and the recording audio gets better sorry for the first bit of low quality but it picks up. It was so good to be back in real life meetings and catch up with everyone. The discussion covered an array of topics and we spoke about CBDC, NFT, Meme Trading, Retail Trading…

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Tutorials

Installing Apache Server on Ubuntu on Windows 10

Just some notes I wrote down when installing Apache Server running in the Ubuntu subsystem on Windows 10. This will assume that you have already got Ubuntu up and running on Windows. If you have not installed Ubuntu visit https://docs.microsoft.com/en-gb/windows/wsl/install-win10 Start up Ubuntu; which will open a terminal. Typing sudo -i at the start will eliminate the need to type it for the rest of the commands. *If you don’t do sudo -i it just means you need to…

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