Webinar: Redpanda tells us how WebAssembly can benefit your startup | TechCrunch


If you’re looking for a better development tool to build your startup (or enterprise) empire — one that’s fast, efficient, secure, offers easy debugging, multiple language support, portability, browser compatibility and a whole lot more — you need to know about WebAssembly (aka, “Wasm”).

Fun fact: A World Wide Web Consortium (WC3) standard since 2019, Wasm is one of four official web languages, along with HTML, CSS and JavaScript. It also delivers the goods on both the client and server sides. Something for everyone!

Don’t miss your chance to learn how Wasm can simplify and increase real-time application performance (and more) in your business. We’re talking near-native performance, folks. Try getting that with browser-based JavaScript.

Join us online — Thursday January 25 at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET — to learn what Wasm can do for you in a session called “Simplifying Streaming Data Transforms with Wasm.”

Hold up a second: Can’t make the date? No worries, we’ve got you covered. Simply register, and we’ll send you a link to the recorded session after the event. Watch and learn at your leisure!

Tristan Stevens, director of customer success at Redpanda, will lead the discussion and cover these topics and more. Come away with a better understanding of how a Wasm-based data transformation architecture can:

  • Create transformation modules — in the language of your choice.
  • Perform fast data transformations on topics.
  • Let you codify business practices like GDPR compliance or schema normalization.
  • Accomplish this at near native-level performance at runtime.

Bonus: We’re convinced you’ll benefit from this online session. How convinced? We’re offering a free, one-month membership to TechCrunch+ just for registering! After the event, we’ll send you a promo code for a TC+ membership — good for one month.

Learn how Wasm can simplify and improve your business. Register and join us this Thursday, January 25 at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET — or get the recording and watch at a time that suits your schedule.


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