The CPU in your browser: WebAssembly demystified
In the recent years we saw an explosion of usage of Python in the browser: Pyodide, CPython on WASM, PyScript, etc. All of this is possible thanks to the powerful functionalities of the underlying platform, WebAssembly, which is essentially a virtual CPU inside the browser.
Dr. Antonio Cuni is a Principal Software Engineer at Anaconda. He is a core developer of PyScript and PyPy, and one of the founders of the HPy project, which aims to design a better and more modern C API for Python. He loves to write tools from developers for developers, such as Pdb++, fancycompleter and vmprof and he is creator/maintainer/contributor of numerous other open source projects. He have also been very active in the Python community for years, giving talks at various conferences such as EuroPython, EuroSciPy, PyCon Italia, and many others. He regularly writes on the PyPy blog and on the HPy blog. His main areas of interest are compilers, language implementation, TDD and performance.
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