Thursday, August 2 • 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Talks: Building Peer to Peer Applications on Dat & Beaker Browser

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Get to know dat://, Beaker, and the folks building p2p websites and apps in a set of rapid-fire presentations about the p2p Web.  

What you'll learn:
  • Intro to Dat - Danielle Robinson, Joe Hand  
  • Intro to the Beaker Browser - Tara Vancil, Paul Frazee  
  • Enoki, Hardly Everything - Decentralized CMS
  • Artists building with Dat and Beaker:  Laurel Schwulst
  • Pixelpusher: real-time p2p collaboration - Peter van Hardenberg 
  • A multi-authored shopping list - Jim Pick 
  • cabal: real-time p2p chat for people & their communities - noffle
  • Dat + multicast: a protocol experiment - Mathias Buus, Jim Pick 

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Mathias Buus

Chief of Research, Beaker Browser
Mathias Buus is a self taught JavaScript hacker from Copenhagen that has been working with Node.js since the 0.2 days. Mathias likes to work with P2P and distributed systems and is the author of more than 650 modules on npm. He is also the Chief of Research at Beaker leading the technical... Read More →
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Paul Frazee

Founder, Beaker Browser
Paul is the co-creator of the Beaker browser and an active contributor to the Dat protocol. Previously Paul helped found the Secure Scuttlebutt project, and has a history of working at small Web development agencies. He's here to talk about peer-to-peer computing and how the Web can... Read More →
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Joe Hand

Co-Executive Director, Code for Science & Society
Joe Hand is Co-Executive Director at Code for Science & Society and a core developer on Dat Project. He has experience developing and managing data-focused programs for researchers and global community-driven organizations. Previously, Joe led a global project at the Santa Fe Institute... Read More →
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Jon-Kyle Mohr

Myself, Friend
Jon-Kyle’s work engages three primary interests: open space, time, and networks. This often involves programming, design, music, and lots of walking. He was one of the core team members behind the publishing platform Cargo Collective, and has worked with an expansive range of cultural... Read More →
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P2P Hacker
I build open technologies to empower people and their communities, respect their values, and foster self-determination. I value mindfulness, honesty, kindness, simplicity, and sharing. I work independently and with non-profit tech organizations like Digital Democracy. Right now I... Read More →
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Jim Pick

Software Engineer, Backblend Systems, Inc.
Jim has been writing software since the early '80s. His career has been spread between systems consulting and working at a number of startups in Vancouver and San Francisco. He has been involved in several open source movements, include Debian GNU/Linux, where he spearheaded the ARM... Read More →
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Danielle Robinson

Co-Executive Director, Code for Science & Society
Danielle Robinson is Co-Executive Director of Code for Science & Society, where she works to open create inclusive public access to information through decentralized technologies. She completed a PhD in Neuroscience at Oregon Health & Science University in 2016. She was a 2016 Mozilla... Read More →

Laurel Schwulst

Designer, Writer, Teacher, Yale University
Laurel Schwulst currently teaches interactive design at Yale University and maintains Beautiful Company, a design practice. Previously, she was creative director of The Creative Independent and worked at the New York-based design studio Linked by Air. Most recently, she's excited... Read More →
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Tara Vancil

Co-Creater, Beaker Browser
Tara is the co-creator of the Beaker Browser, a browser for exploring and building the peer-to-peer Web. She co-founded Blue Link Labs, the team of decentralization enthusiasts behind the Beaker Browser and hashbase.io. She's dedicated to building the Web of tomorrow as a Web for... Read More →

Thursday August 2, 2018 2:30pm - 3:15pm
[H] Log Lounge 88 5th Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

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