Caleb James DeLisle

Originally from Massachusetts USA, Caleb James DeLisle graduated from the Franklin County Technical School Machine Technology program and after two years of University, left the Mechanical Engineering field to work in Open Source. In 2011 he founded the cjdns Open Source project for cryptographically assured IP packet routing, he then went on to co-develop the encrypted pastebin, pioneering a secure key sharing technique which would later find it's way into ZeroBin, and others. After joining XWiki SAS fulltime, he authored the first realtime collaborative editor to make use of Nakamoto Blockchains for state synchronisation, removing the complex logic from the server. His Open Source work has been featured in Wired Magazine (USA), NewScientist (USA), Neue Zurcher Zeitung (Switzerland), Kommersant (Russia)

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