Past Presentations

WebAssembly (And the Death of JavaScript?)

JavaScript brought interactivity to the web more than 20 years ago, and despite numerous challengers, it is still the only language supported by browser. However, as those 20 years have passed we've moved from adding a little interactivity to largely static sites, to creating complex...

Colin Eberhardt Technology Director @Scott_Logic
WebAssembly and the Future of the Web Platform

WebAssembly is a new low-level target language designed for the open web. Often hearlded as the layer that finally completes the web platform, WebAssembly promises to go beyond simply filling a gap to pushing our understanding of what, and *where*, web applications can be. In this talk, we'll...

Ashley Williams Core Rust Team @RustLang
Build Your Own WebAssembly Compiler

For more than 20 years JavaScript has been the only 'native' language of the web. That's all changed with the release of WebAssembly. In the coming years, you'll see people writing web apps in Rust, C#, C++ and all manner of other languages. But just what is WebAssembly? And...

Colin Eberhardt Technology Director @Scott_Logic


Colin Eberhardt Technology Director @Scott_Logic

WebAssembly (And the Death of JavaScript?)

What is the focus of your work today?

I’m the Technology Director of Scott Logic, a UK-based consultancy that provides bespoke software solutions for our financial services clients. The main focus of my day-to-day work is meeting with clients, understanding their problems, and finding ways in which they can capitalise on new tools and technologies.

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