Protocol Labs (PL) is a research and development institution for improving the Internet technology. Focusing on IPFS, the InterPlanetary File System, we’re building a decentralised, P2P and content-addressable network for future-proofing the web.
In late 2017, I was offered an Open Source Scholarship at Protocol Labs with the intent of revamping some of their GUI projects. After a year at PL, I wrote a blog post about my experience so far. In the meanwhile, I have been promoted to Software Engineer.
- Shipped the Awesome IPFS website, a compilation of the most fascinating projects, datasets, tools and other material built using IPFS technology.
- Lead maintainer of IPFS Desktop, an Electron application with over 800 weekly users and the most widely used IPFS client.
- Shipped IPFS Web UI, a React-based web application used as a front-end to the IPFS world.
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