My list of projects and technologies to get into the lab for learning and experimentation is never-ending. However, this holiday gave me just enough time to take another look at Microsoft Orleans, a technological kindred spirit with wasmCloud.
With the recent release of the .NET Framwework 7, I thought it might be a good excuse to check back in on the .NET WebAssembly ecosystem and see where things stand and what improvements have been made.
Last week during Kubecon, Vertex Ventures joined Docker CEO Scott Johnston and cloud luminary Kelsey Hightower for a fireside chat. The conversation immediately turned to the hottest trend in technology - the rise of WebAssembly (Wasm) in the Cloud Native ecosystem.
Funding will help accelerate evolution and in adoption of WebAssembly in industry, and help bring the first, feature-rich Wasm platform to developers everywhere.
Cosmonic has entered the Developer Preview phase and is now inviting users to deploy their ideas.
Here at Cosmonic, we believe that WebAssembly is the future. In talking to developers we found that many people still have questions about why WebAssembly would be useful for them. We partnered with our friends at Suborbital and Fermyon to write a blog post answering why we think WebAssembly is so compelling. Check out the blog post on Wasm Builders!
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