Rust ➡ WebAssembly 🚀 Node.js

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In the post-Moore’s Law era, we need to squeeze more performance from existing hardware. Native code provides the best performance. However, native code on the server-side presents challenges to application safety and manageability.

Rust and WebAssembly could address this problem! In this talk, we will discuss a wide range of topics on why and how to incorporate Rust functions in popular web runtimes, such as the Node.js. This approach combines Rust's performance, WebAssembly's security and portability, and JavaScript's ease-of-use.

A high-performance, extensible, and hardware optimized WebAssembly Virtual Machine for automotive, cloud, AI, and blockchain applications