We’re thrilled to welcome three (count 'em, three!) new developers to the team.
In September Alexey joined us as a Go developer and security specialist. Hailing from Chile, with a big laugh and smile, Alexey dove right in to a major reengineering project around geth’s EVM interface… changes which will likely make their debut early next year.
The first of the two joining us this month of October is Tomasz. From Poland, Tomasz has (also! woohooo!) joined the ranks as a Go developer, with a strong background in database infrastructure and distributed systems. His initial work with the team has centered around improving geth’s database robustness and stability. He rarely says more than is necessary and asks a lot of questions, and I like this about him.
And as always — and I’m going to say this everytime… brace yourself :) — we are extremely grateful to the many volunteers and members of our community for so many creative, thoughtful, and ongoing contributions. I’m not going to embarass myself by listing too few deserving names. Thank you all.
Release Geth 4.1.0, including a set of
features, fixes, and refactorings to improve client stability and data recoverability,
a new machine-logging feature
to enable log analysis for programs like Kibana, an improved
dump feature, a new command
simplify RPC calls for scripting, and on-the-fly verbosity adjustments for the JS console.
As usual, change specifics can be found in the changelog.
Release SputnikVM 0.7.8,
which includes support for
no_std, allowing Sputnik to run on embedded devices.
To learn more, check out @sorpaas’s blog post SputnikVM, the Rux Microkernel, and Embedded Devices, where
he steps through the reasoning and implementing of a such a strange and beautiful beast.
Emerald Vault got one new release 0.13.0, adding
support for contract storage (as well as a few minor bug fixes), and it’s CLI wrapper Emerald CLI
got two new releases, adding a
balance command, verbosities for server logging, and, as always ;)
fixing bugs related to hardware support, Windows, and smoother integration with Wallet.
Until next month,
Isaac - Github: @whilei - Slack: @ia