Streamr developer Aapeli Haanpuu in the Zug office, January 2018

Dev update February

Welcome back to our monthly Streamr developer update! February has been a really busy month for the development team. We’ve been working hard on the development of the Marketplace, which has started to come together really nicely. In February, we also open-sourced the code for the Engine and Editor, which you can find here. Please do check it out, have a read, highlight any issues and even make pull requests. We’re very keen to hear all your feedback.

In other exciting news, this month we also launched Streamr Labs. This means our Streamr core team gains some extra help getting the Marketplace online. So, I’d like to welcome Juha and Jarno to the team! Juha is a full-stack software engineer with over a decade’s worth of experience in the software industry. Before Streamr, he worked for the large Finnish consulting company Tieto. Jarno describes himself as a jack of all trades and he has worked as a senior dev, a private consultant, and a researcher. Oh and he also rock climbs.

We’re all very much looking forward to working together. In the meantime, here’s a more detailed run-down of what we’ve been up to:


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Which Streamr online community is best for you?

At Streamr, we’re very lucky to have an amazing community. This includes everyone from token holders and crypto fans to developers and Blockchain enthusiasts. One thing that unites them all is their belief in our vision of a truly democratic real-time data economy. It’s thanks to them that we’re able to drive our project forward and develop our ideas. Needless to say, this ever-growing community can be found in a wide variety of places online, all of which tend to attract different audiences. So, if you’re interested in our project and want to meet like-minded individuals, where should you go? To answer that question, we’ve put together this handy guide.

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