The first version of EOSIO programming will be launched by Block One, the platform that has developed EOS. The launch will set the wheels in motion for the incorporation of onboarding for EOSIO, which includes state documents, SDK references, and fundamental aids, and instructional activities.
This move is significant for Block One, which has been successfully improving its Developer Relations group that promotes the platform’s widespread adoption and the development of EOSIO designer group.
The company has also recently dispatched the Developer Portal, which signifies the arrival of an official asset whose goal is to provide support for the developer community. Further, the entire process may enhance team building efforts.
EOS recently tweeted,
“The #EOSIO Developer Portal” and attached to the tweet an article that describes the new EOSIO portal. According to Serg Metelin, the head of Developer Relations at Block One, “Dev Relations is our interface between our core developer team and the wider development community.”
With such a dynamic and outward-facing infrastructure, third-party developers may have an easier time becoming a part of the EOSIO user base – such an occurrence may also promote a larger EOSIO community. It is hard to imagine that this type of move is not strategic in any sense. Developer Relations Operations will include three pillars: Developer Support, Developer Outreach, and Technology and Education Partnerships.