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.
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Global Scouting of DLT / Blockchain Educational Opportunities
Explore, register and map existing opportunities to learn about DLT and blockchain around the globe
|Additional Details||Learning Objectives, Expected Outcomes and Project Results available here.|
Final Project Video
DBATU Engineering University
“I’m glad I decided to work as a mentee this mentorship season. It’s really great how this community has helped me grow and learn more about blockchain and how to work with small teams and communicate effectively. We initiated a community effort within these three months, and I am very excited to see where this project goes from here.
I’m happy I got a chance to work with my amazing mentor Alfonso Govela. He was supportive, motivating, and his vision about this project is very clear. I learnt about how to handle and work with Graph databases and about the blockchain ecosystem.
Co-Founder of Hyperledger Latinoamerica
“Our current Mentorship Program is an excellent opportunity to explore new territories and bring in mentees to foster budding ideas, solve concrete issues, or create new tools for collaboration in our open-source community. However, three months seems so short. Time passes by quickly, and we want to continue at the end of the summer.
On the other hand, a top-level dialogue goes on regularly in our Hyperledger Communities. Members from all geographies, specialties, ages, and levels of experience discuss and share foundational and functional aspects of DLT/blockchain. At Hyperledger Special Interest Group, Working Groups, Labs, and Meetup Groups, knowledge grows every week. A permanent Mentorship Program would benefit us all.
Like apprenticeship at guilds, an ongoing Mentorship Program could formalize an interest in learning skills, and what better way to understand a subject than contributing to its formulation and development.”