To Infinity and Beyond! Devcon3 videos available now! First of all, yes, video of all sessions, both from the Main Hall and Breakout Hall will be posted on the Ethereum Foundation YouTube channel as soon as our post production team can finish them.
This year I contracted and brought a post production team to the venue with us so they could start work onsite as soon as the raw footage could be handed over. There will be a tweet ethereumproject in the next days! By all accounts, live streaming went well for those who had a conducive internet connection.
Thirdly, the photos taken by the official Devcon3 photographers are ready! I personally returned to Cancun a number of times to scale the event up four times in response to popular demand and to accommodate as much of the overflow as possible. After the multiple capacity increases for Devcon, the number of people we were able to safely accommodate in the end was close to It was not without substantive effort from all our event teams to provide an event with 2.
For the first time, Devcon provided: Originally, locations in US cities were considered, but a substantive number of emails to the Foundation asked we do not hold Devcon in the US due to inability to acquire visas.
The current less than welcoming immigration policies and long delays travelers have experienced just in transferring planes or laying over in the US was also not conducive. Hopefully the situation will improve in the future. In any case, the energy and excitement at Devcon is not quite tangible unless one is physically present.
The work our developers and others do at the platform development and research level is critical to informing the work done by applications developers, business people, executives supporting and innovating in emergent tech, as well as inventors, technology systems designers, and other progressive thinkers incorporating or using the Ethereum platform in their businesses and organizations. See the periodic roundup summaries on the Ethereum blog for reference. For this reason, we deliberately set aside a percentage of passes this year to provide to students, professors, researchers and university people, who tend not to have the resources or time to easily attend events like Devcon, but are an important factor in supporting a healthy pipeline for developers while contributing to academic research, thought and investigation, all of which benefits the community and ecosystem at large.
Of course there is always room for improvement and the best event can be even better. The location is determined by a number of logistical factors, and while we welcome input like last year, since our community is an international one, no single location comes to the forefront.
Devcon has come a long way in the last three years. Devcon0 was an internal developer gathering in Berlin with about fifty people. Devcon1 was held in a ballroom in London with a capacity of people, though closer to people attended. Devcon2 was in a grand ballroom at a hotel in Shanghai with a capacity of people, topping out at closer to participants. We were participants strong this year! To reduce the carbon footprint of such a large event, and to support the local economy, we sourced everything locally from printing, manufacturing, and production of items for the event, and gave preference to locals for volunteer opportunities.
Most if not all of the Mexican residents and Spanish speaking volunteers from neighboring countries would not have been able to participate if their only option was to pay for a US or European-priced event. The average monthly income in the Yucatan Peninsula is about how much the cost of deeply discounted student pass would be. Devcon3 volunteers were students, community developers and organizers, researchers, or Ethereum enthusiasts who went through a review and approval and interview process to join the event team.
It is with their help, the cooperation of our attending community and our internal teams that we were able to together bring about yet another great outcome. In spite of how difficult, uniquely expressive and dramatic the world of crypto can be, Devcon as a non-profit developers conference has been a special event that amplifies the best our community and organization has to offer.
Of course thanks to all our team leads, researchers and developers for presenting on their projects and sharing their work, thoughts and time at Devcon3 and helping to coordinate their teams for panels and group presentations. Also, a big thanks goes to all the presenters in the agenda who provided information, insight, explanation and elucidation on their Ethereum research, development work, projects and efforts.
Special thanks goes to Toya who spent by far the most amount of time assisting me with overall Devcon3 planning and execution. For a second year, our program to involve small companies and startups was popular to the point of being oversubscribed months before the event. If we continue offering sponsorships next year, we will adjust the number of spots for community sponsors upwards to enable more startups and young companies with limited resources to participate.
Finally and most importantly, it is the attending community interested in Ethereum development and research who not only represent the bulk of participants at Devcon, but are part and parcel of the positive, constructive and high energy that Devcon brings together.
Our event greatly serves this community of people, which has been growing, evolving and gathering more momentum as the years go by all three of them! You may use these HTML tags and attributes: There are no comments.
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