Get to know the 3 newest contributors to The Blockchain OS.
From Brazil, to Switzerland, Bogota to San Francisco, we’re on the go raising awareness of The Blockchain OS’ groundbreaking technology and connecting with developers, creatives, and visionaries in communities across the world. If you want to know more about what we’ve got up to at events like the Ethereum Sao Paulo hackathon, and CV Summit 2022, make sure to check out all the highlights via our recaps!
To lead, support and push Cartesi’s continued expansions across the Web3 space, we’re thrilled to welcome three new talented individuals to the project. Get to know the newest contributors and why they chose Cartesi as their home to what’s next below:
Francisco is a Software Engineer with 20 years of experience behind him and an MSc in Informatics. In his previous role, Francisco worked as the Lead Developer and Solutions Architect for a company that specialized in IoT (Internet of Things) and real-time stream processing in a cloud environment.
He has also worked at PUC Rio’s Tecgraf Institute contributing to major projects for the oil and gas industry. With a huge passion for learning and exploring new technologies, it’s not surprising that Francisco has a wide range of experience across different programming languages, databases, platforms and also designing solutions and APIs.
Welcome to The Blockchain OS, Francisco!
Eduardo is a Software Engineer with more than 10 years of experience. Before joining Cartesi, he worked as the Lead Game Engine Developer for a company that specialized in massive multiplayer online role-playing games.
Alongside this, Eduardo has also dabbled in freelancing, as both a consultant and developer for game companies across different areas such as computer graphics, audio, low-level debugging, network security, dev-ops, distributed systems, and deep learning. He has extensive experience in developing and maintaining complex infrastructure of distributed online systems such as online games.
A self-learner with a real passion for learning and exploring new computer science topics, Eduardo loves open source and has contributed and created several projects over on GitHub — his most recent project? Developing his own programming language and compiler.
Great to have you onboard The Blockchain OS, Eduardo!
Siannie is a young professional fresh out of university. She has studied various aspects of marketing throughout her academic life, including studying Creative Business at the HU University of Applied Sciences, followed by studying International Marketing & Brand Management at Lund University.
Siannie also has an Audio/Visual degree, however, realized that her creativity could be used elsewhere. She has a future-oriented mindset and loves to explore the possibilities that technology brings.
Welcome home to what’s next, Siannie!
The Blockchain OS is a decentralized layer-2 infrastructure that supports Linux and mainstream software components. For the first time, developers can code scalable smart contracts with rich software tools, libraries, and the services they’re used to, bridging the gap between mainstream software and blockchain.
Cartesi is enabling millions of new startups and their developers to use The Blockchain OS and bring Linux applications on board. With a groundbreaking virtual machine, optimistic rollups, and side-chains, Cartesi paves the way for developers of all kinds, to build the next generation of blockchain apps.
Welcome to The Blockchain OS, home to what’s next.
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