This Talk is presented by Vancouver Rust
NOTE: All meetups are being held virtually due to COVID-19.
Topic (Tentative): FCE: using interface types for server-side WebAssembly modules
This talk is dedicated to the Fluence Compute Engine – FCE (github.com/fluencelabs/fce). FCE is an engine intended to run multi-module WebAssembly applications with shared-nothing linking scheme and with interface-types support.
In particular, following topics will be highlighted in this talk:
– Why the state of interface-types proposal is essential for all ecosystems using Wasm,
– Why Rust is one of the most suitable languages for any projects using Wasm,
– FCE architecture,
– Support of interface-types in Fluence Rust sdk (github.com/fluencelabs/rust-sdk).
Speaker: Mike Voronov, Fluence Labs
Note: Due to timezone differences, the talk will be in video format. Afterwards, a link to the speaker’s discord server will be provided for viewers to submit their questions about the presentation.
We usually study a specific topic. The meetup starts with a presentation and a discussion follows. After the presentation, we talk about Rust news. Finally, the remaining time is used for general questions, helping people out with their Rust projects, and feedback.
This is also a great place to share your experience with Rust or ask questions and get unstuck on your pet project.
Generally, anyone who is interested in Rust and being part of a community of Rustaceans in Vancouver is welcome 🙂
Check out some of the previous presentations:
old repo: https://github.com/ehsanmok/van-rust-meetup
current repo: https://github.com/vancouver-rs/talks
Also take a look at Daniel’s Rust guide: http://play.org/links/rust
– Bring your laptop
– Please be nice (https://www.rust-lang.org/en-US/conduct.html)
– Meetings will be streamed using 8×8 for remote participants: https://8×8.vc/bitquillt/jonathanl (Note: Safari users may have issues connecting. If you use Safari, consider trying to connect with another browser, if possible.)
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