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Accessibility and array support with Azure Blockchain Workbench 1.4.0

16 October 2018

We’ve been very grateful for the feedback you’ve given us since we first introduced Azure Blockchain Workbench in public preview a few months ago. Your feedback continues to be an essential and impactful part of our work. For this release, we focused on making Workbench more accessible for everyone.

Principal Program Manager, Azure Blockchain Engineering

Sweet updates about Truffle on Azure

15 October 2018

Development and deployment of Ethereum based applications, commonly referred to as DApps, can be a challenging task for developers. With over 1 million downloads, Truffle has proven to be a premier suite of tools that can be used for developing smart contracts and DApps for both the public Ethereum network on main-net as well as private consortiums.

Senior Software Engineer, Blockchain Engineering

GoChain blockchain available on Azure

04 October 2018

The team at GoChain is bringing their private, scalable blockchain offering to Microsoft Azure. GoChain is a blockchain based on Ethereum, which changes to protocol and consensus model primarily to increase the transaction speed of the network.

Senior Software Engineer, Blockchain Engineering

Improve collaborative care and clinical data sharing with blockchain

02 August 2018

Currently, the healthcare industry suffers major inefficiencies due to diverse uncoordinated and unconnected data sources/systems. Collaboration is vital to improve healthcare outcomes. With digitized health data, the exchange of healthcare information across healthcare organizations is essential to support effective care collaboration. Traditional health information exchanges have had limited success.

Principal Healthcare Program Manager, Industry Experiences

Blockchain as a tool for anti-fraud

17 July 2018

Healthcare costs are skyrocketing. In 2016, healthcare costs in the US are estimated at nearly 18 percent of the GDP! Healthcare is becoming less affordable worldwide, and a serious chasm is widening between those that can afford healthcare and those that cannot. There are many factors driving the high cost of healthcare, one of them is fraud.

Principal Healthcare Program Manager, Industry Experiences