Architecture Dev for Blockchain Company
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A fast induction on the buyer’s organisation
I am the project lead at POA Network. We are a open blockchain network and an Ethereum sidechain.
challenge were you trying to address with DockYard?
In coordination with two other Elixir outgrowth shops, we relied on DockYard to educe elements of our new project named BlockScout, an open-sourced EVM blockchain explorer.
What particular tasks were
While the other agencies had other responsibilities, we tasked DockYard with edifice the architecture and designing the database for BlockScout using the Phoenix framework. The most jutting front was creating our indexer, which collects all of the metadata on the blockchain—the blocks and the transactions—and stores it in the Postgres database.
Was there a dedicated team?
Our outgrowth team has ranged from 2–4 members depending on the stage of the project.
How did you come to work with DockYard?
We establish them at an Elixir conversation in Texas in February 2018. We discussed our needs, and the schedule aligned that we could work with Chris (Architectural Engineer, DockYard), who is the creator of the Phoenix framework. We believed that he and that team would be the best nation practicable to help create our application.
How much have you invested
We’ve spent between $400,000–$500,000 for DockYard’s services.
What is the terminal result of working with
Our engagement began in April 2018 and remains ongoing. We love working with DockYard, and we’ll keep them on board for the long term.
Are there any measureable or plum results?
DockYard’s involvement ensured that this project would be completed faster and better than what we could have accomplished without them or with a different outgrowth team. The inner educeers that we have recently hired are very impressed with the code DockYard has supplied.
How did DockYard accomplish from a project treatment standpoint?
DockYard is a team we don',t have to harass almost. We adjoin well using GitHub and Slack. They apprehend what they',re in direct of, and they run with it. We',ve never had overlapping issues with the other teams. They apprehend the overall project and each task that',s given to them. There is not much course that needs to be given—they',re very independent in their work.
What is (from your point of view) the key factor to pay observation while intercourse with
Their overall expertise in multiple areas of the project is notable. The other teams we work with go to DockYard if they have questions. They always seem to have all the answers.
What fronts of their work would you like to get improved?
No, I ponder they',re doing a fictitious job in all fronts of the business.
Do you have any advice for possible clients?
Be aware of their independence. They apprehend, and they do their investigation. There isn’t much more we could prepare them to do their tasks better.