Today on the blog, learn how Fission leverages Discord to achieve a more natural work environment that helps alleviate stress and increase efficiency. fission.codes/blog/distributed

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So naturally, it should come to no surprise that async communication has been essential to how we operate on a day-to-day basis. One of our favorite tools for this type of communication is Discord.

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Our team of talented Fissioneers is distributed across 7 countries + 5 continents. While remote work has been popular amongst tech companies for a long time, it goes deeper than that for Fission. We are not only a distributed company, we are a distributed systems company!

Listen to this great 🎙️ interview with our CEO @bmann on the @bcdialogues podcast. It opens with Fission's origin story, dives into key concepts like content addressing and decentralized authentication with UCANs, why we're focusing on Web Assembly, and more.
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The @libp2p NAT Hole-Punching testing month has started! Sign up here to help make a difference in the future of decentralized applications and networks! discuss.libp2p.io/t/call-for-p

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OK, I've found one example. the folks at @fission seem to be doing some work on this:

https://mastodon.social/@fission@plnetwork.xyz/109367723380310187

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We're going to add IPFS support to Mastodon!
Roughly, this looks like this:

* attachments are uploaded to the server
* added to IPFS
* they are replaced with a (configurable) link to an IPFS gateway
* persisted by a gateway provider

Since storing files are already supported on S3, it's likely that the integration will happen in a similar way to that code.

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What are UCANs? What are their capabilities? How can we facilitate offline compute? Learn the answers to these questions and more here: fission.codes/blog/cod-summit-

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But in distributed systems using content addressing, we are able to use capabilities rather than an authorization server, allowing the compute and the data to move about freely.

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Traditionally, when a developer wants to interact with services that have access to data, they need to access an authorization server located in a specific place.

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At the Compute Over Data Summit, Fission's co-founder and CTO @expede gave a presentation on how help enable computation in distributed systems.

A reminder that @blueyard's live coding stream with Fissioneers Brian and Jess starts in one hour! youtube.com/watch?v=pUy3jbDb1Q

Our friends at @blueyard are hosting a live coding session with Fissioneers Jess and Brian!

​We will speedrun building a contacts app and explore passwordless authentication.

Join us tomorrow Nov 30th at 13:00 ET / 9:00 CET for the livestream.

Who's excited for another meeting of the Distributed Systems Reading Group tomorrow? We're discussing Highly Available Transactions: Virtues and Limitations.

Sign up to attend here: lu.ma/distributed-systems

Ryan Betts (@depatchedmode), Head of Design at Fission, explores these nuances as he dives into wallet structure and UI considerations in this indispensable blog post: fission.codes/blog/wallet-stac

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In each of these questions, "wallet" refers to a completely different part of the Wallet Stack: a Wallet Client, an Account & Account Address, and a Recovery Method.

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The word "wallet" gets used a lot, but is rarely defined.

This can be confusing for both newbies and seasoned veterans alike.

"Which wallet should I use?"
"What wallet should I send this to?"
"Can I import my wallet?"

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