Developers

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Ethereum Developers Optimistic Ahead of Byzantium Blockchain Fork
Ethereum's core development team have taken part in one last meeting ahead of a network hard fork expected to happen on October 16.
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To the Moon? Blockchain's Hiring Crunch Could Last Years
The world may be buzzing about blockchain and its recent influx of ICO-based capital, but a lack of skilled developers threatens to hold up growth.
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Miami's Third Bitcoin Hackathon Was All (OK, Mostly) Fun And Games
Gamification emerged as a major trend at the third-annual Miami Bitcoin Hackathon this week. Here's our summary of the event:
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Talking Ethereum: The State of Developer Dialogue in 2016
A developer gives an overview of the ethereum community, suggesting how beginners can best get help and how dialogue could improve for 2017.
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'No Scaling Agreements' Planned for July Bitcoin Miner-Developer Event
A late July gathering featuring members of bitcoin’s development and mining communities will not focus on scaling.
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21 Inc Announces 'Bitcoin Computer' for Developers
21 Inc has announced it will begin accepting pre-orders for the 21 Bitcoin Computer, its first consumer product, on Monday.
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15-Year-Old 'Bitcoin Kid' Wants to Make Ethereum Easier
CoinDesk profiles Whit Jackson, the 15-year-old developer working to make Ethereum easier for developers.
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Be Vigilant on Compliance, Coinbase Warns Bitcoin Startups
Coinbase's associate counsel Sarah Hody told a crowd of bitcoin developers, "it’s always compliance time".
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Chain Reflects on the Growing Role of Bitcoin APIs  in 2014
Chain's Eric Rykwalder examines how bitcoin APIs have been a boon for developers over the last year, and looks ahead to what 2015 might bring.
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