IPFS Weekly 94

by Jenn Turner on 2020-06-24

Welcome to IPFS Weekly #94

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

Watch videos from our June meetup now

The IPFS community gathered for a virtual meetup last week to celebrate progress made since the go-ipfs 0.5 launch and take a look at where the ecosystem is headed for the duration of 2020.

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IPFS included in the foundation of blockchain, decentralization and DeFi

Project Lead Molly Mackinlay was recognized as a mover and shaker in the decentralization movement in a recent piece from Hacker Noon. In “A Brief Look At Those Who Laid The Foundation of Blockchain, Decentralization and DeFi” Mackinlay was noted to be “uber-talented and someone to watch for an idea of where this all is headed.”

Read more at Hacker Noon

A user story: publishing my website on IPFS

You might have seen this post making the rounds, but we recently caught the video and really enjoyed this look at IPFS through a newcomer’s eyes. Check out Justin Poliachik’s post describing his discovery of IPFS, and then watch the video!

Adventures in learning IPFS

Quote of the week

Brand new on IPFS

Hangout with the IPFS Community in Nairobi

A week from today, the IPFS Africa community is hosting a virtual meetup featuring a fireside chat between dweb advocate Sonia John and Carsten Munk, CEO of Zippie. Join us in attending this awesome virtual hangout next Tuesday!

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People build the coolest stuff with IPFS

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Job hunting? Work on IPFS!

Backend Engineer: Work with the Fleek Product and Engineering team to build the leading decentralized development platform. Fleek, Remote

Project Lead, libp2p: This is a unique opportunity to take ownership of a massively successful open source project and carry it through its next phase of growth. Protocol Labs, Remote

Engineering Manager, IPFS: Engineering managers have the challenging and exciting task of supporting and empowering engineering teams to deliver complex internet-scale systems in an environment defined by curiosity, passion, and a love for open source. Protocol Labs, Remote

IPFS Community Lead: Provide tactical support for the IPFS community, creating a global community strategy, and executing this strategy on the ground! Protocol Labs, Remote

Senior Software Engineer Rust/Go: You would be working with our distributed team of engineers on new products, core protocols or client projects. Most of the work we do is or will eventually be open source. Equilibrium, Remote

View our job postings

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