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Modern Front End: React, GraphQL, VR, WebAssembly with Adam Conrad

Ten years ago, there was a distinction between “backend” and “frontend” developers. A backend developer would be managing the business logic and database transactions using Ruby

Open Policy Agent with Torin Sandall

Policies define which users and applications can access and modify resources in a computer system. In a file system, a user might have permission to read or write to a file. In a cloud

WebAssembly: A Foundation for a Higher Performance Web

As the Internet fills a larger role in our lives, more and more is being asked of web applications. JavaScript cannot always provide the necessary performance, so a new solution is

WebAssembly and the Future of Browser Languages

If you are interested in technology even a bit, you may hear the name JavaScript, the core technology used in the World Wide Web. However, it comes with several major performance issues.

JavaScript Engines with Mathias Bynens

JavaScript performance has improved over time due to advances in JavaScript engines such as Google’s V8. A JavaScript engine performs compiler optimization, garbage collection, hot