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Development progress and product changes from district0x
The past two weeks of development have been solely focused on two different meta-tasks. The first: revamping our project management style. With recent developer turnover, we’re taking this as an opportunity to re-gear our collaboration style to instead introduce a new level of autonomy, letting developers own their own projects from start-to-finish, and develop a specification in any way that best serves their own productivity.
Alongside this, our second priority has been quite simple: hire more developers. Knowing that we’re now widening the berth of our future tech stack, we are now looking for any developers with an interest and demonstrated ability to build dApps, in any language, who want to own the creation of a district from start to finish. Additionally, we’re looking to separate off some consistent devops responsibilities into their own role.
Below we’ve included the two job listings. Understand that the Clojurescript developer role will be re-defined and relisted in the coming weeks, and is open to anybody who can convince us they’re capable of building a dapp, even outside of a Clojure-based tech stack.
Check out our job listing below.
district0x is a global organization developing the next generation of decentralized applications (dApps). Built using Ethereum, Aragon, and IPFS, district0x is a network of marketplace dApps known as districts. Our mission is to decentralize the ownership structure of the world's marketplace by providing a platform for the creation, operation, and governance of peer-to-peer marketplaces.
Summary of Position: The district0x tech stack is driven in the backend by smart contracts developed in Solidity and deployed to the Ethereum blockchain, and in the front end by Clojurescript, React, and Re-frame served via the Interplanetary File System and a Clojure server linked via GraphQL.
As a Clojurescript Developer, your primary goal is to ...
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