Welcome Yu-Wei Wu to the IOTA Foundation

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Yu-Wei Wu joins IOTA as a Software Engineer on the Entangled and Bee teams. He was previously working on bringing Distributed Ledger Technology as Decentralized Identifiers solution with GDPR and W3C compliance. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from National Chiao Tung University.

Yu-Wei lives in Hsinchu, Taiwan and has experience in a variety of domains from distributed systems, DevOps, to agile development. He has been an active developer among the community contributing several projects. He’s also already engaged Bee team and is assisting with the development of the technology.

During community involvement, he helped in proposing TangleID, a DID solution on top of Tangle ledger, to the W3C CCG working group. He pushed IOTA further to various identity fields like verifiable credentials and DID method registry.

Yu-Wei is also eager to push memory-safe language like Rust to adoption. He has participated in local meetups and workshops to help others learn from it. With IOTA Foundation’s decision to evaluate the mass adoption to Rust, he’s already contributed to several projects, including Bee.

On joining IOTA

I’ve been in the developer community for several years and also contributed to some projects along the way. I am honored to have the opportunity to work with brilliant and experienced professionals in the IOTA Foundation. The vision of IOTA building innovative trusted machines with the Internet of Things and Distributed Technologies is really promising. I’m glad to join the party and work with excellent people around the globe!

We are very happy officially announcing Yu-Wei joining the project. His expertise is a huge asset to the IOTA foundation. Give him a warm welcome!

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