Blockchain Engineers are IT professionals who specialize in the design and development of Blockchain platforms. They collaborate closely with colleagues, including software engineers, system operators and UX designers. Blockchain engineers often work full time in a fast-paced environment.
Part of the duties of Blockchain Engineers may include analyzing the needs of a company or an organization and then creating specific applications utilizing existing technologies like NEO and Ethereum to fit that need. They may be required to work on existing code artifacts as well as create infrastructure for an application to ensure back-end functionality and security. Blockchain Engineers may also be required to work on cross-platform functionality.
Austin‰Ûªs tech industry has been on a steady rise, accounting for up to 12 percent of all jobs in the city by 2015. Companies are drawn by the city's tax laws and lower cost of living (compared to Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area). At the start of 2015, Austin was home to over 4,700 high tech companies, including big startups like Spredfast, Trendkite and Mutual Mobile. This city is also home to up to 46 incubators, accelerators and co-working spaces.
Austin has several suburbs, the largest of which include Cedar Park, Georgetown, San Marcos and Round Rock (home to Dell Inc.). The city has an average commute time of 23 minutes‰ÛÓlower than the national average. Austin also has over 250 parks and boasts a thriving music scene with multiple music venues and clubs across the city.
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