Any blockchain developers in the house?

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  1. Myst

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    Looking to recruit for a small project I'm thinking of running, specifically want to develop something on the Ethereum blockchain but others are also great candidates.

    Whilst I could probably do this myself, my background is infrastructure and project management, the more touchy feely side of IT.

    Reply here or send me a PM if anyone is interested :)
     
  2. Primüs

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    I program using blockchain technologies for my primary project.

    Is this 'recruit' = paid work, or 'recruit' = join the team as a founder for x% of ownership?
     
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    Hey mate, excellent to see someone on OCAU in the crypto dev space!

    I would look to do paid and team to be honest, up for negotiation!

    I'm looking to create a crypto kitties style game but on the NEO blockchain, nothing animal related however :) Send me a PM if you're interested we can work out some details, I still need to convince my artist friend to get involved.
     
  4. Foliage

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    How does a "blockchain developer" differ from a normal developer? Do they just prefer to use more buzzwords?
     
  5. HairyMerkin

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    They'd need to know what blockchain tech is, how to use it, and it's limitations. Then they'd need to know the language that the EVM runs on (not normal programming languages)
     
  6. Primüs

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    Eh i get your point, but blockchain itself is more a concept / method, much like say MVC is, or even objective vs functional programming.
    Im using blockchain theory - but not any of the public or well known blockchains, i've written my own blockchain for the purpose of validating data in a private data set (for various reasons)

    If someone came in saying they want an Ethereum blockchain developer specifically then i'd say more along the lines of - I have an understanding of it, but I've never used it.
     
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  7. waltermitty

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    solidity looks exactly like rust tbh
     

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