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This week was a busy one internally here at the Nano Foundation. A new full stack engineer hired, Andy Johnson assumes additional responsibilities through promotion, Solidus testing well on the beta network and a UK meetup announced. With all that in mind, let’s read on!
Calling all UK Nano community members
The Nano Foundation will be hosting a 2-day meetup in London spanning the 18–19th of June, and we are excited to invite those interested in learning more about how Nano works to come and join us.
There will be presentations from core team members and a day-long workshop exploring the ease and accessibility of integrating Nano into a range of unique applications.
Stay tuned, as we will be announcing the location, itinerary and allowing people to reserve their places next week!
A new developer joins the team
The Nano Foundation is excited to announce the newest addition to the team: Marko Sabec. Coming in as our new Full Stack Engineer, Marko’s primary responsibilities will be helping secure, maintain, and expand the various web properties managed by the Nano Foundation.
He will also be providing additional coverage for infrastructure and internal tools and will be helping with other necessary development activities for the network. Welcome to the team, Marko!
Solidus on beta: Testing update
Over the past couple weeks, the beta testers have spent their time and computing power, putting the first two release candidates for V19 through the testing gauntlet. Coming out of that process was a handful of items to be updated related to RPC processes, Dynamic Proof-of-Work and prioritization, and various other minor feature areas. With the upcoming RC 3 build, these items will be resolved, and the anticipated TCP updates will be included.
Once this new testing version is ready, we are looking forward to another heavy round of ...
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