Cartesi May Development Recap — Expansion!
Cartesi May Development Recap — Expansion!

By Cartesi | Cartesi News & Updates | 15 May 2020


As part of our external efforts to communicate what’s brewing behind Cartesi’s closed doors, we’re shining new lights on the tremendous efforts in Cartesi’s development department for this month, with an objective-based list and some other exciting announcements regarding the expansion of the Cartesi team.

In the coming weeks, we’ll be releasing segmented development videos, discussing everything about Cartesi’s development vision and progress, featuring Erick de Moura (CEO) and Augusto Teixeira (CSO).

Development Updates

The development team worked diligently during the IEO process on the Creepts tournament infrastructure that powered the centralized contest which promoted our launch on Binance.

  • The team implemented a new contest page with a real-time high scoreboard that reproduced and verified all submitted scores through Cartesi’s technology.

Over the past weeks, the team has been working hard on the upcoming SDK documentation, going into depth around how developers will easily use Cartesi to easily build new, full-featured DApps with the power of Linux.

  • We’ve now completed a summary of all of the Cartesi code and architecture, outlining how it works and what it does.
  • We are now completing the tutorials on how to easily use the infrastructure to build DApps.

We have also begun planning and architecture design on our Proof of Stake Sidechain, ironing out the details to begin implementation.

Welcome to Cartesi!

We’d like to formally introduce our two new development team members to everyone in the Cartesi community!

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Milton Jonathan

Milton Jonathan is a Computer Engineer, having studied at PUC-Rio (Brazil), UCLA (USA) and INRIA (France) with multiple academic awards and honors throughout his academic career. With over 20 years of professional experience in project management and full-stack software development, Milton has worked at start-up software companies, research laboratories, a research corporation and also as an independent software consultant. From low-level implementations to complex cloud-based information systems, he has engaged in projects spanning a wide range of fields, including IoT automation solutions, satellite image processing, computational intelligence, pattern classification, environmental modelling, logistics, stream processing and more.

Milton will lead high-level integrations of Cartesi for blockchain projects, enterprises, and more. Milton will allow us to achieve more exposure and real-world adoption through his leadership and connections.

 

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Gabriel Barros

Gabriel Barros is a Software Engineer focused on Blockchain since 2017. Gabriel specializes in the Ethereum network and dApp development, having previously worked at both Terminal and Consensys. He graduated from PUC-Rio with a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering. Passionate about learning, he loves to read about all fields of science and studying languages.

Gabriel will support Cartesi with its blockchain development, focusing on our Proof of Stake sidechain, ensuring it’s rolled out in time.

 

 

Important Links:

Website: https://cartesi.io
Twitter: https://twitter.com/cartesiproject
Telegram: https://t.me/cartesiproject
Discord: https://discordapp.com/invite/Pt2NrnS
GitHub: https://github.com/cartesi


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Cartesi is a decentralized and scalable Linux infrastructure that solves the problems of computational scalability and development infrastructure for the decentralized web. With Cartesi, Blockchain applications can be coded with the vast domain of mainstream software stacks available today. Applications run off-chain, with the strong security guarantees of the blockchain, but free from its computation limits and high costs.

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