Philippe Charrière

Customer Success Engineer @ GitLab

I'm working at GitLab as a Customer Success Engineer helping people with their GitLab adoption and usage.I love programming with JavaScript, GoLang and Java, and I'm taking my baby steps with Rust.
My main playground is WebAssembly (mainly on the server side).
I'm a GitLab lover (A legend says I was the first person to use emojis in a CI/CD pipeline file to name the stages and the jobs). Above all, I like to explain simply complicated things.
I'm a co-leader of a Google Developer Group (about Cloud and IOT)

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Give super powers to your Go application with WebAssembly and Extism
November 20 2023 - 17:00 (60 min )

What if you could make Rust, TinyGo, JavaScript, ... plugins for your Go applications?
And why not take advantage of recognized Frameworks such as Fiber or Gin to create microservices based on WebAssembly? It is already possible thanks to the Extism project.

Give super powers to your Go application with WebAssembly and Extism
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