Red Hat

In the Clouds (E34) | Wassup with WASM ft. Nigel Poulton

On this special episode of ‘In the Clouds’, Stu Miniman has a candid conversation with long-time collaborator and fellow tech-head Nigel Poulton – speaker, author and content-creator for all things WebAssembly (Wasm) and Kubernetes. Find out more about his work at https://nigelpoulton.com/ and do not miss his updated version of the renowned book ‘The Kubernetes […]

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What is a WebAssembly Component (and Why?)

Coding Tech explains what WebAssembly Components are. The WebAssembly Component Model proposes to transform how we build, distribute and even think about our software in-the-large, emphasizing security, composability and modularity while building on the language-neutral foundations of WebAssembly. This talk will define what a component is, how it relates to other things we’re familiar with […]

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Developer Javascript

Running JavaScript, Python, and Ruby in WebAssembly

Wasm was designed to run applications written in compiled languages such as C/C++, Rust, Swift, etc. However, as Wasm gains popularity, there are increasing demands to run Wasm applications in scripting languages such as JavaScript, Python and Ruby. Compared with native interpreters (or dynamic compilers), Wasm offers benefits to both devs and ops, watch this […]

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Developer Interesting

Getting Started with WebAssembly and Rust

WebAssembly has the potential to change the nature of web development. Engineer Man explores it in the context of Rust. As WebAssembly matures, it is certain to transform the way developers do business with respective to browser powered applications. In this video I’ll show you how to get started fast with WebAssembly and put you […]

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Design Developer

Predicting the Future of the Web Development (2020 and 2025)

At ReactiveConf 2019 Richard Feldman ponders what technologies and trends will dominate the web development in 2020 and 2025? 

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