iExec Personas and Developer Onboarding

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As part of the recently presented adoption roadmap, iExec is releasing developer demos and walkthrough interfaces for 3 developer types that are key to iExec developer adoption. We’ll give a further explanation of these 3 developer types along with an idea of what kinds of onboarding products you can expect next from iExec.

The 3 developer types are:

  • Cloud Developers
  • Blockchain Developers
  • Dataset (Trusted Compute) Developers

Each of these developer types has then been split into 3 different knowledge levels. Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. Upcoming work on these onboarding walkthroughs can be seen in the adoption roadmap (have a browse get an overview of what is to come).

The goal is to make the onboarding process as easy as possible and to ensure that specific value propositions are clear to the specific user persona.

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Adoption of blockchain products: facilitating developer onboarding

In the last few months, we have introduced several educational products to ease the onboarding process, help developers to understand the powerful stack that we provide, and facilitate the general adoption of iExec. The targetted developer types are internally referred to as personas and are at the very beginning of the thinking process in product development. After interviews to understand developers’ pain points when using blockchain products, we build use cases for them.

The following paragraphs will give an overview of the three different personas iExec has identified for their tech stack:

  1. Blockchain Developers: This persona is the most important for us and the blockchain ecosystem, they represent a huge part of the next generation of tech builders. They are curious and ready to contribute to the emerging 3.0 web ecosystem, the perfect candidate for the iExec tech stack. We have found that one of the most interesting and unique offers for these blockchain developers is the Trusted Decentralized Oracle ...

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