Serokell

  • Three Months of Hustle: Serokell Q1 2019 Report
    We started the new 2019 year with intensive work in all areas. Only three months have passed, but we can already say with confidence: this is a year of significant changes.
  • Trees that Melt: Use of AVL Tree in Blockchains
    In modern blockchains, if some node wants to verify a block, it either has to be a full node storing the whole network state, or it has to continuously ask some remote storage for various parts of it. Each of these solutions possesses either inconveniences (storing 100+ GB of data) or risks (the storage forging the data it sends you).
  • Catching Runtime Errors in Compile Time with - Typescript?
    An Oradian frontend developer Domagoj Cerjan utilizes Typescript for bringing the mentioned rules to the surface and thereby saving software engineers’ time. He makes one of the most commonly used WebGL functions - a function which uploads an image to a texture - gl.texImage2d safe from runtime errors. Dive deeper into the beauty of Typescript by reading the Domagoj’s post for Serokell.
  • Year of Serokell
    On the threshold of the New Year, it’s time to finish the last issues and summarize the results of the year. While everyone is scurrying around, shopping, closing deadlines and preparing reports, we wil…
  • Welcome to Our Blog
    The day has come.. I am pleased to welcome you to the first article of our blog. Cue the fanfarade, roll out the carpets, while I’ll tell you about Serokell, how we conceived the idea to create our …