Googling "Ethereum Roadmap" just brings up outdated blog posts.

Where can i find the current, updated roadmap?

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  • Roadmaps are moving targets and not a good fit for StackExchange. It's better to ask on another site like the Ethereum reddit. – eth Nov 20 '16 at 1:48

In his DEVCON1 Keynote, Vitalik Buterin addressed the roadmap of Ethereum beyond the Frontier release:

  • , expected when the ethereum network, miners and other critical components work without serious hiccups for about 4 weeks.
  • , with focus on the browser.
  • , Ethereum 2.0, with 4 primary research directions:

    1. , the algorithm.
    2. , by processing transactions in parallel and moving away from the paradigm where every node in the network has to absolutely process every transaction.
    3. zkSNARK, addressing .
    4. Upgrading the (Ethereum Virtual Machine).
  • Hasn't the condition for homestead been met already? – ripper234 Jan 24 '16 at 4:56
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    @ripper234 Homestead is a hard-fork and hasn't been released yet. It has additions and is more than just no "hiccups" for a period of time. – eth Feb 7 '16 at 9:12

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