A lot of things have been said about WebAssembly inside of the browser; after all, that's why it was originally created. But a new case is emerging as well, and that's WebAssembly on the server. More specifically, we're seeing a rise of support for WebAssembly in serverless application platforms, combining two brand-new technologies together. We're also seeing a lot of growth of the Rust programming language, and its close alignment with WebAssembly. In this talk, Steve will talk about Rust, WebAssembly, serverless technologies, and how it all fits together.
The appearance of WASI has taken the web by storm. As Solomon Hykes, co-founder of Docker, said, "If WASM+WASI existed in 2008, we wouldn't have needed to create Docker. That's how important it is. Webassembly on the server is the future of computing."
What's the difference between a functional team and a failing team? How do we make a failing team functional, and a functional team great? Let's talk about layers of communication, why outcomes are more important than process, and how to figure out where to begin - and whether you should.
13:00 — 14:30
Free lunch provided by the conference with a selection of 20+ different
plates. Vegan, vegetarian & gluten-free options are available.
We talk a lot about how to animate on the web, and what’s possible in browsers today, but where is animation heading? In this talk, we'll find the intersection of health and animation with biofeedback sensors and Vue, the future of 3d in the browser complete with interviews with people who are writing these specs.