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Open Source Meetup
We’re back online for the next Open Source meetup, helping keep us all safe during this winter—we intend to be back to physical events in 2022. We have a fantastic line-up of speakers and talks for you in December:

• Hilary Carter, VP Research, The Linux Foundation
• Colin Eberhardt, CTO, Scott Logic
• Abby Mitchell, Quantum Developer Advocate, IBM
• Maxwell Hsu, Developer Relations, Digital Asset

17:00 // The State of Open Source in Financial Services // Hilary Carter and Colin Eberhardt

Over the summer, FINOS, The Linux Foundation, Scott Logic, Wipro and GitHub worked in collaboration to conduct the FINOS ‘2021 State of Open Source in Financial Services’ survey. Hilary and Colin will summarise the key findings of the survey and set out what steps the industry can take to break through the existing barriers to benefit from the innovation that open source software and standards deliver.

17:25 // An Introduction to Open Source Quantum Computing // Abby Mitchell

Abby joined IBM in 2019 as a full-stack web developer before moving to the Quantum Computing department as a Developer Advocate in March 2021. She is currently working on Qiskit, IBM’s open source software for quantum computers. As a primarily self-taught developer and quantum enthusiast, she will take you on a lightning tour of the quantum computing realm.

17:50 // Create a Tokenised Asset in 20 Minutes // Maxwell Hsu

Tokenised assets are emerging as a new type of asset class that will change how products are bought and sold in the market. We hear a lot of talk about tokenising assets – from real estate to cars, financial instruments, and more. But what does this mean for developers and how is this done with code? In this session, Max will share with you a step-by-step process to create, split, merge and ultimately transfer ownership of a tokenised asset using Daml, the open source language for smart contracts from Digital Asset.

Dec 8, 2021 05:00 PM in London

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