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This post is for cryptocurrency folks who take an active interest in ethereum.
To be clear, I’m an engineer, not a developer/programmer/or software architect.
I do not read code, but I have a way with reading communities to understand systems and I often participate to learn more.
Here’s what surprised me about Ethereum by forming a group.
I’ve chatted with a lot of blockchain developers I have in a small fb group about ethereum. I had 2 PhD students in distributed systems that I made Admins. They turned down 300+ member applications to the group.
The group currently has 50 people in it.
The developers all seem to have the same set of complaints that have seemingly gone unaddressed for the past few months…..
Now, I didn’t know if my survey of developers was good enough, but at the very least I recorded their observations. I tweeted it to one of the founders of ethereum — Vlad Zamfir.
To my surprise, he actually responded.
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