IPVM Workshop: Running WebAssembly Workflows with IPFS
11-16, 13:30–15:30 (Europe/Istanbul), Neuchatel

Join the Fission team in a live workshop about the InterPlanetary Virtual Machine (IPVM), an open protocol for decentralized computation.

We'll be walking through how to set up and install a Homestar node, an IPVM reference implementation written in Rust optimized for running WebAssembly (Wasm) functions in workflows. Both data and compute functions are stored on content-addressed networks, loaded over the network, and the results stored for future use.

Workshop participants should bring their laptops. We'll walk through the following experiences:

  • Install a Homestar node
  • Connect to Homestar node peers in the workshop
  • Run example workflows
  • Share results of computation between local peers
  • Experiment with authoring your own workflows and functions

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Founder and CEO of Fission, building the Everywhere Computer: WebAssembly functions that run from your browser to servers and back again, on top of IPFS, content addressing, and more.

Open source builder and community wrangler. Protocols over platforms: UCAN, WNFS, IPVM. Lives in Vancouver, Canada. Likes to cook & eat.

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