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OPEN TALK: Enterprise Blockchain Meets the Open Source World

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Peter (Yingxi) li
R3, Developer Relation

Peter Li is a member of the R3 Developer Relations team based out of New York City. Peter oversees the North America developer community for Corda. His responsibilities include: contributing to open source projects to boost the developer experience, working with cloud providers like Microsoft/Amazon on their Corda cloud templates, and also contributing to Corda core feature enhancements.

Prior to joining R3, Peter worked as a blockchain technologist at a Venture Capital firm on Wall Street.

With his wide breadth of experience, Peter is eager to share his insights with developers looking to build blockchain applications and help to translate concepts into solutions.

Summary: To share how R3 brings an enterprise grade blockchain software to the open source communities and how we help the community participants build their blockchain solutions.

1.Brief introduction of Corda and client case
• Technical overview and architectural benefits of enterprise blockchain
• Client case study, with a brief demo.

2.R3's approach to reaching out to the OS community, and how R3 increases the developer experience for OS project Corda?
• Project Braid: Braid is an open source tool that we had developed with an external team aiming to streamline the Corda developers’ deployment process. It starts a Vertx web server, automatically reads in the Corda application, and exports an API template. The API template can then be used to generate the API library using OpenAPI-genrator, which is another open source tool. The process can generally shorten the development cycle by at least 15%.
• In-house projects: We have developed multiple tools that help our developers have a better experience. This includes a web IDE and a Corda VSCode extension. I will share our journey of making such tools available to the communi