In this week’s episode, Anna chats with Sam Blackshear, co-founder and CTO at Mysten Labs. Sam has a background in programming language research and is one of the authors of the Move language, a language that can be used to implement custom transactions and smart contracts. They chat about Mysten’s concept of programmable objects and what properties are necessary to make this functional for a blockchain context. They also cover Sui, a smart contracts platform which is a generalized L1 with a new asset centric data model for parallel transaction commits being developed by Mysten, what’s next in the roadmap and some of the collaborations to come.
Here are some links for this episode:
- Mysten Labs Website
- Twitter @mysten_labs
- Sam on Twitter @b1ackd0g
- twitter @dahlia_malkhi
- Move Language
- Move Whitepaper
- Sui Whitepaper
- Github @MystenLabs
- Skylark: Go configuration language
- Sui docs page
- Sui GitHub
- Sui Discord
- Move GitHub
- Move community page
- Move Discord
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