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September 6-7, 2023
Bellevue, Washington
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Wednesday, September 6 • 1:40pm - 2:15pm
Keynote: What is a Component (and Why)? - Luke Wagner, Distinguished Engineer, Fastly

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The WebAssembly Component Model proposes to transform how we build, distribute and even think about our software in-the-large, emphasizing security, composability and modularity while building on the language-neutral foundations of WebAssembly. This talk will define what a component is, how it relates to other things we're familiar with and what sorts of new powers components unlock for us in the future.

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Luke Wagner

Distinguished Engineer, Fastly
Luke Wagner is a Distinguished Engineer at Fastly, working in the Office of the CTO on WebAssembly standards and evolution.  Before joining Fastly Luke worked for a decade at Mozilla on the Firefox JavaScript and WebAssembly engine, SpiderMonkey, co-creating WebAssembly and WebAssembly's... Read More →

Wednesday September 6, 2023 1:40pm - 2:15pm PDT
Grand Ballrooms A-D