I'm leaving Wasmer. This article explains what I did to transform this project into a successful and popular WebAssembly runtime, but also, sadly, how the toxicity of the working environment pushes me to leave.
Author: Ivan Enderlin
Bye bye WhatsApp, hello ?
Billet très rapide pour vulgariser les enjeux autour de WhatsApp vs. Signal vs. Matrix. Ce dernier est le grand gagnant !
Announcing the first Java library to run WebAssembly: Wasmer JNI
Announcing the first Java library to run WebAssembly: Wasmer JNI.
Announcing the first Postgres extension to run WebAssembly
Announcing the first Postgres extension to run WebAssembly!
Announcing the fastest WebAssembly runtime for Go: wasmer
Announcing the fastest WebAssembly runtime for Go: wasmer.
🐘+🦀+🕸 php-ext-wasm: Migrating from wasmi to Wasmer
How php-ext-wasm has migrated from wasmi to Wasmer and now enjoys a 29x speedup, is faster than PHP itself, and is closer to native speed.
Bye bye Automattic, hello Wasmer
Today is my first day at Wasmer. Wasmer's logo. Build Once, Run Anywhere. Universal Binaries powered by WebAssembly. It's with a lot of regrets that I leave Automattic. To be clear, I'm not leaving because something negative happened, I'm leaving because I've received the same job offer, 3 times in 10 days, from Wasmer, Google … Continue reading Bye bye Automattic, hello Wasmer
From Rust to beyond: The PHP galaxy
This blog post is part of a series explaining how to send Rust beyond earth, into many different galaxies. Rust has visited: Prelude, The WebAssembly galaxy, The ASM.js galaxy, The C galaxy, The PHP galaxy (this episode), and The NodeJS galaxy. The galaxy we will explore today is the PHP galaxy. This post will explain … Continue reading From Rust to beyond: The PHP galaxy