As part of IBM’s Interactive Experience division, we have been selected as a development partner for all banking and financial projects – particularly those related to blockchain. Our involvement centers on serving IBM’s role in the development of the open-source Hyperledger project. Hyperledger is a blockchain project intended to “encourage transparency, longevity, interoperability and the support required to bring blockchain technologies forward to mainstream commercial adoption”. We are eager to play a part in seeing this come to fruition.
Imagine working alongside a large group of people toward an outcome that isn’t entirely clear. As you can guess, this has its challenges. There are two major challenges with the Hyperledger project in particular. First of all, we are helping to develop breakthrough technologies where no company has gone before. This means that uncertainty lies at every turn since we are treading new waters. On top that, we are coordinating with other development partners via an open-source platform. This is a unique working environment in its own way.
So far, we have really just seen some amazing coding done by our team at Adaptis. Given the unique nature of this project, our team has learned lots of new techniques. One major example involves the learning of GO programming language by members at Adaptis. There’s also been an endless stream of opportunity to apply our own hard coding skills and ability to think unconventionally. While coding alongside various other contributors and developers, we assist in teaching agile methodology to improve the iterative testing and learning processes of the project.
If you’re aware of the Hyperledger project, you’ll know that it’s still ongoing and aims to revolutionize the business world across many of its industries. Until then, we work away in anticipation. We are proud to be a part of developing this global-scale technology.
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