Decentralized Social Networks: Prioritizing People and Ethics over Platforms by Denise Duncan
Presented by Denise Duncan
This talk is formatted to cover the following:
- The design principles behind DSNP
- Interrogation and Reflection
- Translation and Application
- Discovering business, technical, legal, and ethical thresholds and new questions.
- What was your journey toward value-driven development?
Denise leads program management and operations for Amplica Labs, and is a contributor to Frequency and the Decentralized Social Networking Protocol (DSNP). Her work helps put action-guiding principles into process, while driving project strategy and collaboration with cross-functional stakeholders. As an advocate of embedding ethics and values into organizational structure and blockchain-based software design and development, Denise prides herself on bringing humility and a passion to software design and process.
Previously, Denise played a number of roles at CrownPeak Technology—an early native SaaS platform—where she was a director of client implementation teams, as well as a builder of customer and partner enablement and education programs. Denise holds a BA in Physics from Hampshire College.