The Hyperledger Mentorship Program is a structured hands-on learning opportunity for new developers who may otherwise lack the opportunity to gain exposure to Hyperledger open source development and entry to the technical community. These Mentorship Spotlights highlight the work done by the Mentors and the Mentees as part of their program participation. Learn more here.
Mentorship Project Title
Visualization and Analysis of Cross-Chain Transactions
To advance the state of the art on understanding blockchain interoperability on the value/semantic layers.
Learning Objectives, Expected Outcomes and Project Results available here.
“The Hyperledger Mentorship Program was my first glimpse into what it means to contribute to an open source project. From the beginning until the end, it was a great experience and a big challenge as research takes time and a lot of iterations. Through the mentorship project, I learned the concept of blockchain interoperability and developed a plugin for atomic cross-chain transactions. Moreover, I learned how to conduct a user study as well as the significance of collaboration within the open source community.
I’m super grateful that I had the opportunity to join this program, and I am extremely glad that I got a chance to work with my amazing mentors, as they were very supportive and open minded. I wouldn’t have been able to accomplish things without them.”
“In this mentorship project, we looked beyond what it is the state of the art on cross-interoperability understanding. Iulia, our mentee, excelled at understanding a complex project such as Hyperledger Cactus and providing a first step towards analyzing and visualizing cross-chain transactions. In this way, Iulia directly contributed to the state of the art of blockchain interoperability.”
“This mentorship project has been a very stimulating experience. We looked at blockchain interoperability from a multidisciplinary perspective. Iulia, our mentee, immediately understood the importance of adopting a holistic approach and positively responded to the socio-technical challenges she was presented with. She did an excellent job, and I hope there will be chances to work with her again in the future. “