18 April 2023
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Tuesday, April 18 • 09:20 - 09:25
Sponsored Keynote: Building New Software Foundations With the WebAssembly Component Model - Till Schneidereit, Fermyon

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The context in which software is being developed is changing dramatically, with new challenges arising and new opportunities opening up. We need answers to these challenges and shouldn't let those opportunities go by untapped. No single solution will achieve all that, but in this keynote I will show that the Component Model is a great answer to some of the most important problems, and opens up exciting new opportunities to improve software, and software development.

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Till Schneidereit

Principal Engineer, Fermyon
A failed philosophy major and recovered Flash developer, Till joined Mozilla's SpiderMonkey JS engine team ten years ago. He then became a tech lead and manager in Mozilla Research, eventually leading the combined Rust and WebAssembly team. He oversaw much of the development of the... Read More →

Tuesday April 18, 2023 09:20 - 09:25 CEST
Hall 7, Room C | Ground Floor | Europe Complex
  Cloud Native Wasm Day