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August 2021
05 August 2021

Strategies for Secure Access Controls – Secure Development Series Workshop #2

Learn various strategies for secure access control in smart contracts. ...

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Workshop Recap: Indexing Smart Contracts with OpenZeppelin Subgraphs & The Graph

Creating dense Subgraphs is one of the most important aspects of indexing on-chain information. In this workshop we show you how with OpenZeppelin Subgraphs

Workshop Recap: How PoolTogether Automates Operations Using OpenZeppelin Defender

PoolTogether is a lossless lottery built with smart contracts using Defender to automate the award cycle process and monitor the LINK balance. 

Workshop Recap: Managing Maintenance Tasks on Chainlink Keepers Using OpenZeppelin Defender

Chainlink’s Keeper Network is a secure way to outsource contract operations to a decentralized network of professional DevOps for critical functions

Workshop Recap: Deploying More Efficient Upgradeable Contracts

Upgradeable contracts allow us to alter a smart contract to fix a bug, add additional features, or simply to change the rules enforced by it. Smart contract upgrades can be managed using OpenZeppelin Defender.

Workshop Recap: Automate Smart Contract Workflows

Upgradeable contracts allow us to alter a smart contract to fix a bug, add additional features, or simply to change the rules enforced by it. Smart contract upgrades can be managed using OpenZeppelin Defender.

Workshop Recap: Building an NFT Merkle-Drop

Upgradeable contracts allow us to alter a smart contract to fix a bug, add additional features, or simply to change the rules enforced by it. Smart contract upgrades can be managed using OpenZeppelin Defender.

Workshop Recap: Managing Smart Contract Upgrades

Upgradeable contracts allow us to alter a smart contract to fix a bug, add additional features, or simply to change the rules enforced by it. Smart contract upgrades can be managed using OpenZeppelin Defender.

Workshop Recap: Setting Up Access Control for Smart Contracts

Access control—that is, “who is allowed to do this thing”—is incredibly important in the world of smart contracts. The access control of your contract may govern who can mint tokens, vote on proposals, freeze transfers, and many other things. It is therefore critical to understand how you implement it, lest someone else steals your whole system.

Workshop Recap: Service Monitoring and Emergency Response with Defender

The DeFi space, and recently the NFT space, have continued to see a variety of exploits and even insider attacks resulting in vault losses, unexpected liquidations, and fraudulent token mints. OpenZeppelin Defender can help teams detect these types of attacks and abnormal behavior and automatically respond to quickly mitigate the attack.

Workshop Recap: Cheap contract deployment through Clones

Clones (minimal proxies) as described in ERC1167, are very small, and cheap to deploy, smart-contracts that delegate all incoming calls to an implementation (template) contract containing the functionality.

Workshop Recap: Indexing Smart Contracts with OpenZeppelin Subgraphs & The Graph

Creating dense Subgraphs is one of the most important aspects of indexing on-chain information. In…

Read More

Workshop Recap: How PoolTogether Automates Operations Using OpenZeppelin Defender

PoolTogether is a lossless lottery built with smart contracts using Defender to automate the award…

Read More

Workshop Recap: Managing Maintenance Tasks on Chainlink Keepers Using OpenZeppelin Defender

Chainlink’s Keeper Network is a secure way to outsource contract operations to a decentralized…

Read More

Workshop Recap: Deploying More Efficient Upgradeable Contracts

Upgradeable contracts allow us to alter a smart contract to fix a bug, add additional features, or…

Read More

Workshop Recap: Automate Smart Contract Workflows

Upgradeable contracts allow us to alter a smart contract to fix a bug, add additional features, or…

Read More

Workshop Recap: Building an NFT Merkle-Drop

Upgradeable contracts allow us to alter a smart contract to fix a bug, add additional features, or…

Read More

Workshop Recap: Managing Smart Contract Upgrades

Upgradeable contracts allow us to alter a smart contract to fix a bug, add additional features, or…

Read More

Workshop Recap: Setting Up Access Control for Smart Contracts

Access control—that is, “who is allowed to do this thing”—is incredibly important in the world of…

Read More

Workshop Recap: Service Monitoring and Emergency Response with Defender

The DeFi space, and recently the NFT space, have continued to see a variety of exploits and even…

Read More

Workshop Recap: Cheap contract deployment through Clones

Clones (minimal proxies) as described in ERC1167, are very small, and cheap to deploy,…

Read More