What I'm doing now
I live in Nicaragua and travel occasionally to the US and Europe for work and family.
- Trying to make sense of Ethereum and Smart Contracts which seem to finally be the technology I tried developing 15 years ago.
- Working on a project for small businesses based on many of the ideas in this blog and Ethereum
- Working with Consensys primarily on the uPort decentralized identity platform
- Working on building a standard framework for adding Ricardian Contracts to Ethereum .
- Working on cloth my Ethereum library for both Clojure and Clojurescript, which I think is shaping up nicely now
- Consulting with financial and other institutions on how Blockchain technology can enhance yet change their business just like the internet did 20 years ago.
- Spending a lot of time talking with regular people in the developing world, mostly here in Nicaragua right now trying to understand financial habits of the bottom of the pyramid.
- Starting blogging again after a couple of years hiatus
- Still give talks mainly about Bitcoin, Blockchain and financial innovation to people from the financial sector
While many exciting changes are happening now in the world, I'm a programmer at heart. My current focus is:
- Programming in Clojure and ClojureScript
- Excited by React and React Native and more specifically how to use it with ClojureScript using Reagent and re-frame.
- React Native is pretty exciting to me. Currently working on a proof of concept app using it with ClojureScript and Om Next
This page was last updated August, 2016.
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