Nomadic Labs at Fosdem 2019
Fosdem is of the largest gatherings of Free and Open Source Developers
in Europe. It’s held every year in Brussels during the first weekend of February.
This year Nomadic Labs is involved in the organization of the
“Blockchain and Crypto-currencies devroom”, a one day workshop to
present Blockchain projects to the FOSS community.
We strongly believe in open source and we want to share our work with
the FOSS community at large.
We will also present our work on the Tezos project, in particular how
on-chain governance could help the sustainable organization of online communities.
The program is available on the Fosdem
Study, Learn and Work with Nomadic Labs
Nomadic Labs is opening its doors to students from all around the world to join our internship program. We are interested in many research and practical projects ranging from parallel programming using hardware accelerators, to verification of Michelson contracts, creation of ReasonML/Michelson decentralized applications and privacy analysis of the Tezos network. Internships are tailored to Master’s students. Some proposals have already been submitted to a few European universities. They will typically run for a maximum of six months. We will happily receive and evaluate applications from...
Nomadic Labs at Popl 2019
POPL is one of the most prominent conferences in Programming Languages, this year held in Portugal. Programming Language Theory is at the core of the Tezos project as demonstrated by the sponsoring of the Tezos Foundation for the conference. Nomadic Labs is happy to attend the conference and looking forward to meeting researchers and industrial partners interested in advancing the state of the art in blockchain technology. The program is available on the POPL website....
We’re a team built around lead architects of the Tezos seed protocol, Benjamin “klakplok”, Grégoire “hnrgrgr” and Pierre “chambart” of OCamlPro with the help of the Tezos Foundation. After a busy year and the successful launch of Tezos our team finally has a home: Nomadic Labs. In the last year, our team has grown rapidly to more than 30 permanent developers, coming from both academia and industry - many of whom hold a PhD in computer science fields. Among them, Pierre Boutillier,...