Ernesto LeeChief Technology Officer
Ernesto Lee is an impassioned blockchain entrepreneur and technologist from the Miami/Fort Lauderdale Area and an original founding member, co-owner and the CTO of Blockchain Training Alliance. Ernesto’s career illustrates a lifelong commitment to pushing the envelope on innovation and growing opportunities for all around him. As a graduate of Old Dominion University (BS, Physics), Virginia Tech (MS, Software Engineering), Harvard Extension School (Graduate Certificate, Business Communication), and a Doctoral candidate in Information Security at Nova Southeastern University, Ernesto has always had a passion for technology and teaching. Education has been the cornerstone of Ernesto’s career. Ernesto is the author of Enterprise BlockChain Programming with HyperLedger Fabric and Composer, WebLogic 12c, WebSphere Application Server 9 with Liberty, Big Data for Analysts, Apache Pig, and Apache Hadoop as part of his Invent the Future series. He has also written numerous Blockchain courses that are still in use. Ernesto’s work as a public speaker, writer and author has quickly seen him emerge to be one of America’s most exciting thought leaders and expert voices in the field of Blockchain and technology.
Steve HamiltonChief Learning Officer
Steve Hamilton, a consultant and database administrator, has over 20 years of practical experience with Oracle, Sybase and SQL Server. He is certified in Oracle version 8 through 18c and is a charter member of the Nebraska Oracle User Group. He also holds a MCITP SQL Server DBA/Developer certification, Linux certification and a Real Application Clusters (RAC) certification. Steve has consulted for many fortune 500 companies including ConAgra, FDR, Sitel and TDAmeritrade. Since 1995 he has taught nationally in cities such as Atlanta, Los Angeles, Chicago, Denver and New York. Through his experience using these products in both small and large organizations, Steve delights students by bringing 'real world' examples to the classroom. He enjoys preparing students so they can immediately be productive when they return to their work environment. He received a bachelor of science degree in business administration with a specialization in management information systems from the University of Nebraska at Omaha.