For the past few days, I have been looking at setting up a blog/website that we could use, as a community, to be able to build some kind of a learning center.
Over the past months, lots of stuff have been done by IOHK, and it gets quite easy to get lost among all their publications or what is happening on the different repositories. Moreover, I was thinking that it would be a good opportunity to create a article series to explain what is going one on the different paper for examples. I found it quite a good exercise doing this for Plutus for example, as I have to lookup for a lot of things, and not just go over the subject (skipping potentially important pieces of information).
For those interested, here are the links:
I just started doing this a couple of days ago, but I’m planing to basically go over the tutorials available on the Plutus playground for now. Then, maybe some little projects to try to put this in practice. The main subject of the blog could be quite vast (going from Haskell tips/projects applied to cardano, as well as explaining how blockchain work and how we came to Cardano, …)
Let me know what you think of this.