The Decentralised Apps Development club is a small group of people who meet regularly - twice a month - think book club meets tech meetup.

The goal is to collaboratively develop a DApp (decentralised app) together, learn a lot of new skills, and have fun in the process.

Get in touch with us online on discord, or better still, meet us IRL at the next session.

Brought to you by Kenneth  and Brendan, with many thanks to a large number of people who have helped us along the way, and our partners who have made this possible.

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Lifelong Learning Institute partners with DApps Dev ClubApril 15, 2019

DApps Dev Club is excited to announce that we will be partnering with the Lifelong Learning Institute, which is run by SkillsFuture Singapore. LLI has kindly offered to fund us under their Learning Circles program.


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Info about session #05April 14, 2019

DApps Dev Club is holding its 5th session, about testing smart contracts, on Tuesday, 23rd April.

RSVP now!

Here's what you need to know!


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Videos from session #04April 13, 2019

We held our 4th session - on Solidity - a few days ago, on Tuesday evening at Chainstack. We covered features of Solidity as a programming language, as well as a few development tools used to work with Solidity - solc, truffle, and ganache.

We've previously posted a round up summary about the session. This post is about the videos that we have recorded during the session.


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Summary of session #04April 12, 2019

We held our 4th session - on Solidity - a few days ago, on Tuesday evening at Chainstack. We covered features of Solidity as a programming language, as well as a few development tools used to work with Solidity - solc, truffle, and ganache.

We will be posting about our videos soon! We have posted our videos from this session now.


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Info about session #04April 06, 2019

DApps Dev Club is holding its 4th session on Tuesday. RSVP now!

Here's what you need to know about the session!


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Round up of session #03March 29, 2019

DApps Dev Club held its third session - Talking to Ethereum - on Tuesday, where the stack-based execution model used by the Ethereum Virtual Machine, means to generate cryptographic keys for use in Ethereum wallet software, using MetaMask, performing simple transactions, and DApp Games.

We've already posted the videos from the session here.


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Videos from session #03March 27, 2019

DApps Dev Club held its third session - Talking to Ethereum - yesterday, where we covered the stack-based execution model used by the Ethereum Virtual Machine, means to generate cryptographic keys for use in Ethereum wallet software, using MetaMask, performing simple transactions, and DApp Games. We briefly touched on Solidity, and will go into a lot more depth in the next session.

We will do a round up summarising the session soon. We've written a summary of this session here.


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BitTemple partners with DApps Dev ClubMarch 26, 2019

DApps Dev Club is excited to announce that we will be partnering with the BitTemple. BitTemple has kindly offered us a venue to host our sessions once per month - so every alternate DApps Dev Club session will be held at their space, starting with session #03.


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Videos from session #02March 16, 2019

DApps Dev Club held its second session - Technical overview - on Tuesday, where we covered the Ethereum Virtual Machine, Smart Contracts, and Web3.

Read more about it in our round up post.


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Round up of session #02March 14, 2019

DApps Dev Club held its second session - Technical overview - on Tuesday, where we covered the Ethereum Virtual Machine, Smart Contracts, and Web3.

Each of these three things are hard to explain without first knowing what the other two of them are, so the over-arching idea was to go cover each of these briefly, in a single session, before we delve into the details about them in subsequent sessions. Hence we had an "overview". We could call this, to borrow a very apt computer science terminology, a breadth-first approach (with our subsequent sessions being depth-first).

Hopefully all who attended came away with an understanding of not only what the purpose of each of these three things are, but also how they they integrate, and fit in with each other.


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Second sessionMarch 08, 2019

DApps Dev Club will be holding its second session, Technical overview, on Tuesday.

The topics that we will be covering: The Ethereum Virtual Machine, Smart Contracts, and Web3.


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Chainstack partners with DApps Dev ClubMarch 04, 2019

DApps Dev Club is excited to announce that we will be partnering with Chainstack. Chainstack has kindly offered us a venue to host our sessions once per month - so every alternate DApps Dev Club session will be held at their space, starting with our next session.

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Let’s hear about it from Ashlie Chin, who is a product marketer at Chainstack.


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Kickoff sessionFebruary 25, 2019

Here is a round up of the kickoff session of DApps Dev Club, which ran last Wednesday (20th February 2019) at the Microsoft office in Marina Boulevard.

The slide deck that was used during the session, has been published, so now you can take a look.


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NBC’19 partners with DApps Dev ClubFebruary 09, 2019

DApps Dev Club is excited to announce that we will be partnering with the National Blockchain Challenge 2019. DApps Dev Club would love its members to attend NBC’19.

Let’s hear about it from its organiser, Puah Hui Ying, also known as The Geek Wing.


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We have a guest speaker: Alex TowleJanuary 27, 2019

In Session #04, one of the topics that we will be covering is solc - the solidity compiler. DApps Dev Club is excited to announce that we will have lined up an amazing speaker for this topic: Alex Towle.


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What would you like to create?January 06, 2019

The Decentralised Apps Development Club plans to meet regularly, twice a month. In each meeting we will review the previous session’s topic, and discuss a new topic. In between sessions, we work on the current topic so as to have something to bring to the next one.

We will be running the kick off session February 2019.

Picking what we should cover in the sessions is very very hard, simply because there is so much to learn in this space. So we would like your input - what would you like to develop, and collaborate on in our very first series?


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We have a logo!January 04, 2019

“Decentralised Applications Development Club” - that is quite a mouthful to say!


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Introducing the Decentralised Apps Development ClubDecember 31, 2018

Cryptocurrencies are about much more than just money and investing.

There are many technologies underpinning them: Cryptography, peer-to-peer communication, distributed consensus, decentralised storage, smart contracts, and many more.


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