Best practices for building content addressing in a way that actually works — a sort of “lessons learned” from the last 5 years or so of not always succeeding.
Hannah will also be leading the workshop: Easy on ramps, easy off ramps: Bridging Web2 to Web3.
Hannah Howard has made contributions across the IPFS ecosystem for 5 years. She wrote parts of Bitswap, all of Graphsync, most of the initial Filecoin markets protocols, and most recently Lassie, a universal retrieval client for IPFS in Go. Hannah is now lead engineer on the Saturn team, focusing on delivering a high performance web3 CDN. Before all this, Hannah just wrote web apps for people, and before that, she spend 10 years working in non-profits.