We are excited that we have been able to keep up with the pace
of our monthly webinar series. More importantly, we have been able
to offer a variety of topics and this month's webinar certainly
illustrates our commitment to webinar diversity. We are
pleased that Aniket
Deshpande (Software and DevOps Engineer at
FP Complete) was able to discuss and demonstrate
"WebAssembly in Rust: A Primer." for this webinar. We had 216
people registered for the event which aired on Wednesday, Jan 30th,
2019 at 10:00 am PST. As we always do, we recorded the event
to enable anyone who could not tune in live to enjoy the webinar at
their one pace. Check it out below.
The instructor for this webinar is Aniket Deshpande (Software
and DevOps Engineer at FP Complete) who elevates our
understanding and knowledge of WebAssembly in Rust.
This webinar is timely because unlike a few decades back,
web browsers today have become extremely powerful and offer
feature-rich applications boasting real-time communication,
location awareness, streaming media, etc. Until recently,
but today Rust offers some unique advantages.
Topics to be covered:
- A short introduction to WebAssembly
- Setup and tooling for development
- A hands-on session to discuss programming web applications in
- A demonstration of a small web application
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