Bare Metal Web Assembly

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Microsoft Building 25 / Room 1367

15700 NE 39th St · Redmond, WA

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How you like to use your favorite programming language to build high performing web applications that don’t require JavaScript? You may find the answer with WebAssembly, a standard that defines a binary format for executables in JavaScript environments. Already many languages and compilers have been updated to target this new domain. Now that it has been adopted by all modern browsers, developers are porting projects and frameworks to take advantage of the promise of improved performance and the ability to build web applications using the language of their choice. Learn the history of WebAssembly, see examples in C#, Go, and Rust and decide for yourself if it’s time to build code for the world’s newest operating system: your browser.


Jeremy Likness
Jeremy is a Cloud Developer Advocate for Azure at Microsoft. Jeremy wrote his first program in 1982, was recognized in the "who's who in Quake" list for programming the first implementation of "Midnight Capture the Flag" in Quake C and has been developing enterprise applications for 25 years with a primary focus on web-based delivery of line of business applications. Jeremy is the author of four technology books, a former 8-year Microsoft MVP for Developer Tools and Technologies, is an international speaker and writes regularly on cloud and container development. Jeremy follows a 96.5% plant-based diet and spends most of his free time running, hiking and camping, and playing 9-ball and one pocket. Follow his blog at


6:30pm - Doors open / Food Sponsored by TEKsystems / Networking
7:00pm - News and announcements
7:10pm - Presentation
8:30pm - Wrapped Up


Please RSVP to attend. Bring your printed registration and show to volunteer at door. The volunteer will escort groups back to the meeting room.