Generative AI & Future Technologies @ GlueCon 2023
GlueCon 2023, held over two exciting days, brought together an exceptional lineup of speakers and attendees eager to delve into the latest advancements in technology and innovation. The conference showcased a wide range of talks that shed light on shared themes and emerging trends. In this blog post, we will explore some of the key themes that resonated throughout the event, highlighting the collective excitement surrounding innovation, generative AI, and WebAssembly.
Raising the Limits of Fermyon Cloud
Having enabled developers to go from a blinking cursor to a deployed serverless application in only 66 seconds is something we are very proud of. It is no coincidence that we have been spending a lot of time focusing on building a frictionless developer experience because we know that what impacts developer’s productivity is the ability to get into that flow state1 - and we care a lot about developers being in flow.
We want to make sure that you can do even more with Fermyon Cloud. That’s why we are announcing that we will be introducing a new subscription plan that will allow you to raise the limits for your resources in Fermyon Cloud.
Fermyon at the Innovation Showcase of the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium
The MIT Sloan CIO community hosts an annual symposium for CIOs. The two-day event includes an award banquet for the CIO Leadership Award, a day of sessions for CIOs, and an Innovation Showcase featuring new and exciting companies that are defining industry trends.
This year, Fermyon was selected as one of the ten companies for the Innovation Showcase.
Know Before You Go: GlueCon 2023
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Open Source Summit NA 2023 Roundup
Open Source Summit North America (OSS NA) took place at the gorgeous Vancouver Convention Center along the shores of Vancouver Harbor. OSS NA is renowned for bringing together a cross-section of the most successful and innovative open source projects, from the Linux kernel to cloud computing and on into AI and ML.
This Open Source Summit had several WebAssembly talks. I had the honor of presenting on how WebAssembly has outgrown its browser roots, and is slowly making its way… everywhere.