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Hello again, long time no see! This year has been quite busy for Golem so far: our transformation, announcing the Graphene working group in April and building the first release (read below for a short update), integrating new use-cases, getting Concent ready, upgrading our marketplace, and working on other verticals such as Task API. But the year’s not even close to ending and Golem has plenty in stock - so here we are, touching base to let you know we have resumed our events activities and other cool news.
First off, we are extremely excited that our Workshop “Workshop: Building on top of Golem with gWasm and Unlimited” has been accepted for the Novel Languages track at Devcon IV in Osaka, Japan!! Viggith, Piotr Chromiec and Mikolaj Barwicki will be carrying out this 45-minute workshop on one of our favourite Golem products, Unlimited.
What will this workshop involve? The Introduction of our Wasm use-case (gWasm) enables a wide range of apps to be deployed on Golem. The workshop will concentrate on a single pre-chosen existing application with source code available. We will show how to prepare it (cross-compile to Wasm target) to conform to Golem requirements. It will cover both: the Requestor and the Provider side of Golem platform. The next step will be enabling running it within Golem Unlimited, and show how to connect GU as a “fat” Provider to the public Golem Network.
We will demonstrate a set up of a Golem Unlimited cluster (also including machines brought by the audience) and connect this as a “fat” Provider to the public Brass Golem Network. We want to show the end-to-end Golem task execution starting with creating a task for newly created integration, than actual worker selection, tracking subtasks progress, obtaining the results and finally receiving tokens for getting ...
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