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Greetings Wanchain community! We recently sat down with one of the developers from our Austin, Texas office to find out more about his daily life and work at Wanchain. We hope you enjoy
1. What’s your name and where are you from?
My name is Jeremiah Goyette. I was born in Texas, raised and schooled in
Lubbock (in Northwest Texas), but have lived in many places since. Before
moving here to Austin, I was in Upstate New York working on a PhD in music
I got into programming while in grad school, when I started writing utility
programs for music analysis. While I love and will always love music and its
language, learning programming turned out to be the best thing that I learned
in grad school. Immediately upon graduation and receiving the PhD, I came to Austin and found a tech job. If I had stayed on the music professor track, I
would had probably instead moved to some place like Oklahoma to take an adjunct teaching position for low pay and a one-year contract — -just horrible.
Happily, the winds of fortune were kind to me and instead led me here to work on blockchain.
2. What do you do at Wanchain and how long have you been working here?
I have been at Wanchain since June 2018, based out of the Austin office, and my position title is Software Engineer. I do a few things: I manage the backend data synchronization code of the wanscan.org explorer; I review and test various integrations as they are delivered; and I am the primary author and maintainer of the new WanX npm package, which is a package that allows developers to easily make programmatic crosschain transactions.
3. What did you work ...
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