Welcome to IPFS Weekly 117

by Jenn Turner on 2020-12-09

Here’s what’s happening in the InterPlanetary File System galaxy!

Big browser news for IPFS 🙌

As of last week, native support for IPFS has landed in Brave’s Nightly browser. This is a huge step forward for making IPFS adoption a smooth and easy process. Read all about the recent announcement.

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Join us on Friday for the last meetup of 2020

Join us on December 11 for a mini-celebration featuring talks from all of the IPFS working groups: Core Implementations, Ecosystem, Web + GUI, and Bifrost, as well as special presentations from guests including Textile, Pinata, 3Box, Berty, and Fleek!

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The evolution of IPFS on the Epicenter podcast

Listen in as Epicenter hosts Brian Fabian Crain and Friederike Ernst interview IPFS creator, Juan Benet, in Protocol Labs – IPFS, Filecoin and the Vision for a Decentralized Web (Part 1 of 2). They discuss IPFS and how it has evolved, as well as the potential impacts of Filecoin on a global level.

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Brand new on IPFS

People are building the coolest stuff with IPFS

Wondering how to create your own unique NFT?

Speaking of NFTs, Minty has officially launched!

Learn how to create a smart contract analytics dashboard in 10 minutes!

Ceramic pitches in to help build Web3 at the Gitcoin Grants 8 Hackathon

Learn the latest from Infura’s November 2020 update

What role does IPFS play in the step backward the Internet really needs?

The Graph demonstrates how to build a Subgraph on Windows for a non-tech curator

VIDEO: IPFS plays a pivotal role in the Oxford Blockchain Society’s latest technical Intro to Blockchain Part 3, with Tom Dwyer from Extropy.io.

Job hunting? Work on IPFS!

DevOps Engineer: Your goal is to maintain the integrity of the infrastructure currently in place, with an ever-present goal of 100% service and application uptime. district0x, Remote.

Ecosystem Developer: We are looking for a technical community manager to help us create a world-class developer ecosystem and experience around our open source community. 3Box, Remote.

Software Engineer - Low Level JavaScript: you will be responsible for pushing the limits of p2p technology within browser environments. Your work will range from optimizing crypto and networking libraries to designing user experiences around difficult usability challenges. 3Box, Remote.

Technical Writer: who can primarily create high-quality technical content, but has some other adjacent skills as well in the form of graphic design and/or video editing. Contract, Remote.

Take care of yourselves and each other. ❤️

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