Third edition of our newsletter with content from around the decentralised web. We call it FISSION Fragments.
Second edition of our weekly links from around the decentralised web. We call it FISSION Fragments.
First edition of our weekly roundup of links from around the decentralised web. We call it FISSION Fragments.
Over the weekend, I attended ETHNewYork [https://ethnewyork.com/], the first hackathon sponsored by the ETHGlobal [https://ethglobal.co/] team to be run in the greater NYC area. It was a successful event, with over 500 total attendees and 300 hackers. Hackathons are always a great way to experience the breadth of the Ethereum developer community, while also meeting people new to the space. It's this mix of experiences makes each event unique, and definitely worth attending if you haven't gone b
Russell Keith-Magee's PyCon 2019 keynote looks at Python's history & its 10 year future, including what black swan events it needs to prepare for. What lessons can we take from this for the Ethereum community?
Getting Ghost 2 blog running on Heroku, and future IPFS support.