Build on Algorand as part of The ETH Berlin Zwei Hackathon & Berlin Blockchain Week. We are inviting the community to bring the best coding skills to Berlin. You've seen the awesome projects that the first edition has spawned. We'd like to see more of this, and for this edition, we want to welcome and onboard new coders, students, and curious people to the ecosystem! Whether you are a designer, coder, researcher or strategist... you ARE a hacker. So hack away.
Hacker resources here: https://ethberlinzwei.github.io/KnowledgeBase/index.html
Sam is a software engineer with a background in economics and neuroscience. Sam co-founded and lead Bushido Lab, a cryptocurrency and blockchain development company out of Miami, FL. Sam is currently a Technical Evangelist in the Developer Relations Dept at Algorand and teaches blockchain and cryptocurrency fundamentals at Miami-Dade College.
Russ is Technical Evangelist on Blockchain for Algorand, CEO of Fustino Brothers, Inc, makers of the Endorsed Jethro Tull App, and a Microsoft MVP reconnect in App Development. In addition to being a former Developer Evangelist for Microsoft, he has also been one for Russ’ ToolShed, Xamarin, Raygun, Wowza & ComponentOne. Russ is a former Azure Senior Cloud Solutions Architect for Opsgility and Windows Developer for Directorpoint. He is highly experienced in developing cross platform apps using Xamarin and C# for UWP, Android and iOS. Russ is a Xamarin Certified Mobile Developer software developer and author of the book “Azure and Xamarin Forms” published by Apress. He has a passion for conveying relevant, current, and future software development technologies and tools through live seminars, teaching, and internet video productions. Russ heads up a user group in the Tampa Florida area: Mobile Application Dev Tampa. Russ is also the local PC Handyman for his community, fixing virus problems and providing tune-ups for his neighborhood and helping folks that have been scammed on their PC. On Twitter follow @RussFustino to keep tabs on him. Russ has enlightened, entertained and educated over 1 million developers in his career and is a recipient of the INETA Lifetime Achievement award.