An open collaborative learning call
Substrate Seminar is an open Collaborative Learning call where we learn about Substrate together. Run by DevHub, we meet every other Tuesday at 14:00UTC. Learn, show off a Substrate project, and make friends!Add next call to Google Calendar »
Can I ask my own questions?
Yes! The second half of every Seminar is for open Q & A like office hours. You can ask questions or even bring your code that doesn't compile. Participants will be invited on-screen to share their work and their questions. You may also join us between Seminars on Element.
I am not a [Substrate] developer, can I still participate?
Yes! The seminar is open to everyone. The content is generally more developer-oriented, but less technical participants and questions are also welcome. If your questions turn out to be off-topic, we'll point you to a better resource.
Where are the recordings?
Seminar has changed formats a few times so the recordings are in a few places:
27 Jul. Enhancing the FRAME developer experience: Parity Software Developer, Keith, presents improvements he's been working on for runtime engineers, including improving error messages in `construct_runtime` and the creation of `StorageNMaps`.
10 Aug. Behind Subsocial's pallets: Alex will present his journey building a social network with Substrate, showcasing the flexibiltiy that FRAME offers for innovating with blockchain infrastructure.
24 Aug. An implementation of delegated proof of stake under the hood: in this seminar, Amar will showcase a DPoS system he implemented with Substrate. He will talk about the inflation logic and the reward distribution, hoping to make it more "palatable" by contrasting it with FRAME's `pallet-staking`.