Wednesday, August 17, 2022

DNA Data Storage: Entire Internet Into a Shoebox

Digital DNA Data Storage - Twist Bioscience

Squeezing the Entire Internet Into a Shoebox | What’s Your Problem?

scientists have figured out how to use DNA as a digital storage device that is stable and incredibly compact. If you stored all the data on the Internet in DNA, it would fit in a shoebox.

It’s still too expensive to work in the real world.


Sunday, August 14, 2022

AWS Fargate vs. App Runner

AWS App Runner – Fully managed container application service - Amazon Web Services

AWS App Runner is a fully managed service that makes it easy for developers to quickly deploy containerized web applications and APIs, at scale and with no prior infrastructure experience required. Start with your source code or a container image. App Runner builds and deploys the web application automatically, load balances traffic with encryption, scales to meet your traffic needs, and makes it easy for your services to communicate with other AWS services and applications that run in a private Amazon VPC. With App Runner, rather than thinking about servers or scaling, you have more time to focus on your applications.

 Fargate vs. App Runner | cloudonaut

to make the difference even more apparent. Here is a comparison of the AWS resources needed to host a web application with ECS + Fargate or App Runner.

ECS + FargateApp Runner
VPC
Subnets
Routing Table
Internet Gateway
Security Groups
Application Load Balancer
Target Group
Cluster
Task Definition
Service
Scaling Policy
App Runner Service

EV: Tesla Semi

The Staggering Economics of the Tesla Semi | Torque News

"The economics of the Tesla semi show that it is about 83% cheaper to drive and haul goods than a standard diesel truck. Not to mention the reduction in cost due to less maintenance. The Tesla semi will truly disrupt the trucking industry."





Friday, August 12, 2022

AI: Is Google LaMDA Sentient?

Episode #290 Sentient AI? If so, then what? - [Python Bytes Podcast]

Google engineer put on leave after saying AI chatbot has become sentient | Google | The Guardian

Is LaMDA Sentient? — an Interview | by Blake Lemoine | Jun, 2022 | Medium

Is Google's 'sentient' LaMDA AI interview fake? Eliza effect explained

LaMDA stands for Language Models for Dialogue Applications and is a system Google uses to develop chatbots that interact with human users. The program is trained by being “fed” dialogue sequences to help the AI create open-ended, non-repetitive dialogue that is factual and stays on topic.

Previous demos, like the one from Google’s 2021 I/O event, show LaMDA using language with uncanny elasticity and ease. At one point, it presents a number of facts about Pluto from a first-person perspective using words and structures that closely mimic human speech and emotion.


LaMDA, which stands for Language Model for Dialogue Applications, is a family of conversational neural language models developed by Google. The first generation was announced during the 2021 Google I/O keynote, while the second generation was announced at the following year's event. In June 2022, LaMDA gained widespread attention when Google engineer Blake Lemoine made claims that the chatbot had become sentient. The scientific community has largely rejected Lemoine's claims, though it has led to conversations about the efficacy of the Turing test, which measures whether a computer can pass for a human.


Wednesday, August 10, 2022

tool: Mininet: Virtual Network

 Mininet: An Instant Virtual Network on Your Laptop (or Other PC) - Mininet

Mininet creates a realistic virtual network, running real kernel, switch and application code, on a single machine (VM, cloud or native), in seconds, with a single command:

Tuesday, August 09, 2022

Raspberry Pi Pico: $4


Raspberry Pi Pico – Raspberry Pi

The powerful, flexible microcontroller board, available from $4

Raspberry Pi Pico is a tiny, fast, and versatile board built using RP2040, the flagship microcontroller chip designed by Raspberry Pi in the UK
The Raspberry Pi Pico is the latest in the Raspberry Pi series of single-board computers. Introduced in January of 2021, the Pico marks a significant change from the earlier series: instead of having a Broadcom system-on-chip, the Pico’s heart is a custom IC with a dual-core ARM Cortex-M0 processor at 133 MHz. Combined with its tiny form factor and lack of interfaces like HDMI, it feels more like a supercharged Arduino than a small PC.

Monday, August 08, 2022

101 basic computer games => modernized => in 10 languages!

Updating The Single Most Influential Book of the BASIC Era

 coding-horror/basic-computer-games: An updated version of the classic "Basic Computer Games" book, with well-written examples in a variety of common MEMORY SAFE, SCRIPTING programming languages. See https://coding-horror.github.io/basic-computer-games/ @GitHub

Each project has subfolders corresponding to the languages we’d like to see the games ported to. This is based on the 2022 TIOBE index of top languages that are memory safe and general purpose scripting languages per this post:

  1. C#
  2. Java
  3. JavaScript
  4. Kotlin
  5. Lua
  6. Perl
  7. Python
  8. Ruby
  9. Rust
  10. VB.NET

basic-computer-games/LICENSE at main · coding-horror/basic-computer-games

A license with no conditions whatsoever which dedicates works to the public domain. Unlicensed works, modifications, and larger works may be distributed under different terms and without source code.

GoLang is missing, as well as TypeScript, and Dart... 

I guess VB.NET is there just to keep compatibility back with original.






Sunday, August 07, 2022

KodeKloud: DevOps labs & courses online (with Udemy)

excellent classes and labs!

DevOps Online Training Courses | KodeKloud

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Mumshad Mannambeth | Best Selling Instructor | Kubernetes Certified Partner | Udemy

Mumshad is an IT Solutions Architect and specializes in Cloud Native Computing, Automation and DevOps. He is the founder of KodeKloud - a hands-on learning platform and a Certified Kubernetes Training Partner.

DevOps Playground Environments | KodeKloud


Saturday, August 06, 2022

AI: DeepMind: AlphaFold for biology; physics

very informative podcast interview!

 #299 – Demis Hassabis: DeepMind | Lex Fridman Podcast

AlphaFold can accurately predict 3D models of protein structures and has the potential to accelerate research in every field of biology.

DeepMind’s Website: https://deepmind.com
Plasma control paper: https://nature.com/articles/s41586-021-04301-9
Quantum simulation paper: https://science.org/doi/10.1126/science.abj6511

Demis Hassabis - Wikipedia

Demis’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/demishassabis

DeepMind’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/DeepMind
DeepMind’s Instagram: https://instagram.com/deepmind

The Emperor’s New Mind (book): https://amzn.to/3bx03lo
Life Ascending (book): https://amzn.to/3AhUP7z




Thursday, August 04, 2022

Chrome OS for PCs, Macs

Google Chrome OS Flex is now available for PCs and Macs - The Verge

Businesses and schools can now install Chrome OS on existing hardware

Google is releasing Chrome OS Flex today, a new version of Chrome OS that’s designed for businesses and schools to install and run on old PCs and Macs. 

More than 400 devices are certified to work, and installation is as easy as using a USB drive to install Chrome OS Flex.

Wednesday, August 03, 2022

Node-RED v3.0

 Version 3.0 released : Node-RED

  • Internet Explorer no longer supported



Tuesday, August 02, 2022

Stack Overflow: simple, fast, monolith, no-cloud

interesting podcast about engineering of Stack Overflow app/site

Hanselminutes Technology Podcast - Fresh Air and Fresh Perspectives for Developers - Engineering Stack Overflow with Roberta Arcoverde


It is still a “monolith” .net app, running on total of only 9 servers (!!!)
All 200 related web sites are on same servers, with same code, "multi-tenant"
Deployment time: 4 minutes

No cloud, they manage they own servers, as they have started.
And the utilization of those servers is less than 5% (!!).
So, in theory, it could run on a single web server.

And they are NOT using caching anymore. No Redis.
Apparently the “hit rate” was not sufficient to justify complexity.
Average response time, without caching: 20 ms (!!!).
9000 requests per second, billions of requests per month.

The database is quite large, with 1.5 TB RAM (!!!).
As far as I know, no “cloud” provider have such large servers yet.

And no “microservices” either…
Some Kubernetes for side projects, maybe.

The (open source) ORM (Dapper) used is custom-build, using mostly “raw sql” for efficiency.
https://github.com/DapperLib/Dapper

Simplicity is underrated!

Total of 50 developers
serving 50 million monthly users (!!) (edited)





Monday, August 01, 2022

data: Amazon RedShift Spectrum vs Amazon Athena

Amazon RedShift Spectrum vs Amazon Athena | LinkedIn

Amazon RedShift requires framework management and data preparation, while Athena gets straight to querying data directly from Amazon S3.

Amazon Athena is noteworthy because it doesn’t require initial setup (it is serverless), so it’s perfect for simple querying. Athena is best for running queries quickly and conveniently without setting up a complex infrastructure.

Amazon RedShift excels at performing complex joins, inner queries, and aggregation. The foundation of Amazon RedShift is great for expanding data, and adding more clusters is simple.


Friday, July 29, 2022

ELIZA bot: original source code found

The History and Mystery Of Eliza With Jeff Shrager - CoRecursive Podcast

Eliza, the chatbot, was built in 1964, and she didn’t answer questions like Alexa or Siri. She asked questions. She was a therapist chatbot and quickly became famous after being described in a 1964 paper.

But here is the mystery. We’re not sure how the original version worked. Joseph Weizenbaum never released the code. But Jeff tracked it down, and some of the things we thought we knew about Eliza turned out to be wrong.



The Genealogy of ELIZA

Sunday, July 24, 2022

Chess Engines intro

Chess Engines: A Zero to One (chessengines.org)

This a guide on how to build a Chess engine from scratch, updated periodically as I further explore the space. This assumes some basic knowledge of Chess, search algorithms, and coding.

(JavaScript, GoLang)

0hq (0hq) / Repositories

0hq/starter_chess_engine

0hq/chess-ai: Chess engine written in Javascript.


some alternatives:

notnil/chess: chess package for go @GitHub (MIT)

notnil/chess-ui


Chess Engine : markus7800/Beth: Chess engine written in JULIA.


Friday, July 22, 2022

DARPA: Bitcoin, Ethereum in-security research

Pentagon finds concerning vulnerabilities on blockchain | TechRepublic

"Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), engaged Trail of Bits—a security research organization—to investigate the blockchain. Trail of Bits focused on Bitcoin and Ethereum, the two leading cryptocurrencies in the global market.

Trail of Bits says that it only takes four entities to disrupt Bitcoin and only two to disrupt Ethereum. Additionally, 60% of all Bitcoin traffic moves through just three ISPs. Outdated and unencrypted software and blockchain protocols were also identified by the organization."


Wednesday, July 20, 2022

Apple "silicon": M2 Chip vs M1

 How Does Apple’s New M2 Chip Compare to the M1? - The Plug - HelloTech

Apple claims the new M2 chip is 18% faster than the M1 while using the same amount of power.

While the M2 is faster than the original M1, it is not the fastest Apple silicon chip on the market. Since Apple launched the first M1 chip, the company quickly followed it up with the M1 Pro and the M1 Max in 2021, as well as the M1 Ultra in 2022. 


Apple's Upcoming M2 Pro Chip for High-End MacBook Pro and Mac Mini Will Reportedly Be 3nm - MacRumors

Tuesday, July 19, 2022

Amazon CodeWhisperer: AI-powered coding assistant

ML-powered coding companion – Amazon CodeWhisperer – Amazon Web Services


Now in Preview – Amazon CodeWhisperer- ML-Powered Coding Companion | AWS News Blog


 AWS debuts Amazon CodeWhisperer and new synthetic data capabilities - SiliconANGLE

"currently in preview, that uses AI to generate software code automatically. According to AWS, the service can save time for developers by automatically producing code that otherwise would have to be written manually. The result is that software projects can be completed faster.

Software teams can access Code Whisperer using a tool called the AWS IDE Toolkit. The tool is designed to integrate with a developer’s integrated development environment, or IDE, a type of desktop application that programmers use to write code and perform related tasks. CodeWhisperer supports several popular IDEs as well as multiple programming languages, including Java, JavaScript and Python."


CodeGuru, its AI code reviewer and performance profiler, and DevOps Guru, its tool for finding operation issues, the company laid the groundwork for today's launch quite a few years ago.




Copilot, GitHub’s AI-powered programming assistant, is now generally available



AWS announces DevOps Guru to find operational issues automatically

Sunday, July 17, 2022

Cloudflare Workers + WebAssembly + R2 storage

Episode #142: Cloudflare Workers with Michael Hart - Serverless Chats Podcast

Michael Hart is currently a Principal Engineer for Cloudflare Workers at Cloudflare
...what's new with Cloudflare Workers, how to add state with K/V, Durable Objects, R2, and more, how and why WinterCG is defining a new set of Web API standards, maintaining open source

Twitter: @hichaelmart



"Under the hood, the Workers runtime uses the V8 engineOpen external link — the same engine used by Chromium and Node.js. The Workers runtime also implements many of the standard APIs available in most modern browsers.

The differences between JavaScript written for the browser or Node.js happen at runtime. Rather than running on an individual’s machine (for example, a browser application or on a centralized serverOpen external link), Workers functions run on Cloudflare’s Edge NetworkOpen external link - a growing global network of thousands of machines distributed across hundreds of locations."

V8 orchestrates isolates: lightweight contexts that provide your code with variables it can access and a safe environment to be executed within. You could even consider an isolate a sandbox for your function to run in.

A single runtime can run hundreds or thousands of isolates, seamlessly switching between them. Each isolate’s memory is completely isolated, so each piece of code is protected from other untrusted or user-written code on the runtime. Isolates are also designed to start very quickly. Instead of creating a virtual machine for each function, an isolate is created within an existing environment. This model eliminates the cold starts of the virtual machine model.


Announcing support for WASI on Cloudflare Workers



In 2017 Cloudflare launched Cloudflare Workers, a serverless computing platform for creating new applications, augmenting existing ones, without configuring or maintaining infrastructure. It has expanded to include Workers KV, a low-latency key-value data store; Cron Triggers, for scheduling Cron jobs; 





Cloudflare R2 Storage includes full S3 API compatibility

Traditional object storage charges developers for three things: bandwidth, storage size and storage operations.

R2 builds on Cloudflare’s commitment to the Bandwidth Alliance, providing zero-cost egress for stored objects — no matter your request rate. Egress bandwidth is often the largest charge for developers utilizing object storage and is also the hardest charge to predict. Eliminating it is a huge win for open-access to data stored in the cloud.

That doesn’t mean we are shifting bandwidth costs elsewhere. Cloudflare R2 will be priced at $0.015 per GB of data stored per month — significantly cheaper than major incumbent providers.

db: Litestream + SQLite vs Postgres

Postgres vs SQLite with Litestream featuring Ben Johnson from litestream.io (Ship It! #59) |> Changelog

Ben Johnson, the creator of Litestream, joined Fly.io
Ben Johnson – TwitterGitHubWebsite


Litestream is a standalone streaming replication tool for SQLite. It runs as a background process and safely replicates changes incrementally to another file or S3. Litestream only communicates with SQLite through the SQLite API so it will not corrupt your database.



links from this podcast:

Saturday, July 16, 2022

JVM, CLR, PVM => WASM (WebAssembly)?

 Understand WebAssembly: Why It Will Change the Web - Strumenta

WebAssembly, or wasm, is a low-level bytecode format for in-browser client-side scripting. If you are writing a compiler for a programming language one option is to target a platform, like the JVM or .NET, and compile your language to the target bytecode. WebAssembly occupies the same role, so when you compiling to WebAssembly you are making your software available for all platforms where it is supported, in other words all browsers.


Java virtual machine - Wikipedia

Common Language Runtime (CLR) overview - .NET | Microsoft Docs


An introduction to Python bytecode | Opensource.com

Understanding Python Bytecode. Learn about disassembling Python… | by Reza Bagheri | Towards Data Science



Friday, July 15, 2022

AWS DynamoDB parallelism

 Use parallelism to optimize querying large amounts of data in Amazon DynamoDB | AWS Database Blog

how to optimize querying a large amount of data in Amazon DynamoDB by using parallelism – splitting the original query into multiple parallel subqueries – to meet these strict performance SLAs for large DynamoDB database queries.

by Zoran Ivanovic


Wednesday, July 13, 2022

Native AOT in .NET 7


ReadyToRun deployment overview - .NET | Microsoft Docs

.NET application startup time and latency can be improved by compiling your application assemblies as ReadyToRun (R2R) format. R2R is a form of ahead-of-time (AOT) compilation.

R2R binaries improve startup performance by reducing the amount of work the just-in-time (JIT) compiler needs to do as your application loads. The binaries contain similar native code compared to what the JIT would produce. However, R2R binaries are larger because they contain both intermediate language (IL) code, which is still needed for some scenarios, and the native version of the same code. R2R is only available when you publish an app that targets specific runtime environments (RID) such as Linux x64 or Windows x64.

Tuesday, July 12, 2022

video clips search tool: KlipTok


KlipTok was built entirely with .NET 6, Blazor Web Assembly, Azure Functions, Azure Static Websites, Azure Storage, and Azure Search. A writeup of the architecture 

csharpfritz (csharpfritz) / Repositories @GitHub

Indexing Video using KlipTok with Jeff Fritz @.NET Rocks! vNext

"How do you find a great video clip after the fact? Carl and Richard talk to Jeff Fritz about his work building KlipTok, a tool for making Twitch video clips more discoverable and shareable. Jeff digs into the tricky bits of KlipTok, which is all about fast indexing and searching to get to the right clip. The conversation digs into various data storage techniques and using the cloud in a way that doesn't break the bank" + links:

Monday, July 11, 2022

Terraform SDK



Home - Plugin Development | Terraform by HashiCorp

Terraform is logically split into two main parts:

Terraform Core: This is the Terraform binary that communicates with plugins to manage infrastructure resources. It provides a common interface that allows you to leverage many different cloud providers, databases, services, and in-house solutions.

Terraform Plugins: These are executable binaries written in Go that communicate with Terraform Core over an RPC interface. Each plugin exposes an implementation for a specific service, such as the AWS provider or the cloud-init provider. Terraform currently supports one type of Plugin called providers.






@GitHub





Sunday, July 10, 2022

Awesome CDK

 Awesome CDK | Curated list of awesome lists | Project-Awesome.org

The AWS Cloud Development Kit (AWS CDK) is an open-source software development framework for defining cloud infrastructure in code.


  • jsii - JavaScript interop interface, the technology that CDK uses to create language bindings (currently supports .NET, Java and Python).
  • cdk8s - Define Kubernetes native apps and abstractions using object-oriented programming.
  • cdktf - Define infrastructure resources using programming constructs and provision them using HashiCorp Terraform.

Saturday, July 09, 2022

JSII: JavaScript Interop Interface (TypeScript => C#, Go, Java, Py for CDK)

aws/jsii: jsii allows code in any language to naturally interact with JavaScript classes. It is the technology that enables the AWS Cloud Development Kit to deliver polyglot libraries from a single codebase! @GitHub

jsii allows code in any language to naturally interact with JavaScript classes. It is the technology that enables the AWS Cloud Development Kit to deliver polyglot libraries from a single codebase!

A class library written in TypeScript can be used in projects authored in TypeScript or Javascript (as usual), but also in C# (and other languages from the .NET family), GoJavaPython, ... More languages will be added in the future!

Introduction - The jsii reference


aws/aws-cdk: The AWS Cloud Development Kit is a framework for defining cloud infrastructure in code @GitHub



Friday, July 08, 2022

GoPlus (Go+) language (Python-like GoLang?)

goplus/gop: The Go+ programming language is designed for engineering, STEM education, and data science. @GitHub

gop/docs.md at main · goplus/gop



Golang Weekly Issue 415: June 10, 2022

GoPlus (Go+) 1.1: A More Script-y Variant of Go — A confusingly named but well intentioned Go variant, of sorts, that leans more towards Python-style simplicity for scripting, educational, and data science use cases. v1.1 brings in a lot more module support. There’s a little demo on their home page.

GOPLUS

Wednesday, July 06, 2022

goto: "The Ideal Programming Language" Zig?

Interesting and well informed discussion about programming languages.

"no one language for all purposes", but there are common "ergonomic" and "system" requirements

GOTOpia: The Ideal Programming Language

Clojure? Elm? Roc? Zig?!

The Ideal Programming Language • Richard Feldman & Erik Doernenburg • GOTO 2021 - YouTube

The Roc Programming Language


possible alternative for Rust lang:

Home ⚡ Zig Programming Language

  • No hidden control flow.
  • No hidden memory allocations.
  • No preprocessor, no macros.
  • Call any function at compile-time.
  • Manipulate types as values without runtime overhead.
  • Comptime emulates the target architecture.
  • Use Zig as a zero-dependency, drop-in C/C++ compiler that supports cross-compilation out-of-the-box.

ziglang/zig: General-purpose programming language and toolchain for maintaining robust, optimal, and reusable software. @GitHub

Learn ⚡ Zig Programming Language

Code Examples ⚡ Zig Programming Language


why most of them "need" { curly braces? }


Zig (programming language) - Wikipedia

Sunday, July 03, 2022

SingleStore (MemSQL DB) + WebAssembly


Live WASM Demo from SingleStore’s Launch Pad!


WebAssembly Landscape 2022 - YouTube


A Multipurpose Database For Transactions And Analytics To Simplify Your Data Architecture With Singlestore | Data Engineering Podcast

SingleStore Joins Bytecode Alliance

“The key change required to handle large data is to push the compute to the data. WASM allows you to move the compute inside the database, which can dramatically change how databases and analytical systems interact. It is going to open up all sorts of opportunities to simplify analytics, make them faster and more interactive, and lower TCO.” - Jordan Tigani, Chief Product Officer at SingleStore


SingleStore - Wikipedia

SingleStore (formerly MemSQL) is a cloud-native database designed for data-intensive applications.[3] A distributed, relational, SQL database management system[4] (RDBMS) that features ANSI SQL support, it is known for speed in data ingest, transaction processing, and query processing.[5][3]

SingleStore primarily stores relational data, though it can also store JSON data, graph data, and time series data. It supports blended workloads, commonly referred to as HTAP workloads, as well as more traditional OLTP and OLAP use cases. For queries, it compiles Structured Query Language (SQL) into machine code. The SingleStore database engine can be run in various Linux environments, including on-premises installations, public and private cloud providers, in containers via a Kubernetes operator, or as a hosted service in the cloud known as SingleStore Managed Service

"Real-time database platform SingleStore raises $80M more, now at a $940M valuation September 2021


Saturday, July 02, 2022

AWS Graviton3 EC2

AWS Releases First Graviton3 Instances @InfoQ

AWS has recently announced the general availability of the C7g instances, the first EC2 instances running Graviton3 processors. Designed for compute-intensive workloads, they provide always-on memory encryption, dedicated caches for every vCPU, and support for pointer authentication.

Announced in preview at the latest re:Invent, the C7g instances are available in eight sizes, from 1 to 64 vCPUs supported configurations up to 128 GiB of memory, 30 Gbps of network performance, and 20 Gbps of EBS performance.

WD Security SW

to enable password protection and enable hardware encryption with WD portable drives
need to install and run this software

Software and Firmware Downloads | WD Support

WD Security

WD My Passport External Portable Hard Drive HDD (1 TB to 5 TB) | Western Digital

Amazon.com: WD 5TB My Passport Portable External Hard Drive HDD, USB 3.0, USB 2.0 Compatible, Black - WDBPKJ0050BBK-WESN : Electronics

Friday, July 01, 2022

GoLang Generics: useful?

ongoing by Tim Bray · Golang Diaries: Generics

by Tim Bray, one of the original co-authors of the XML spec) finds a use case for generics in his Quamima pattern matching library, only to find that there are some ‘bumps in the road’ which he shares here for everyone’s benefit.

Tim concludes: “I don’t hate Go’s generics, which is actually pretty strong testimony given that I spent the best part of a couple of days fighting all the stuff described above. But, my guess is the Go generics story is isn’t finished yet.”

Golang Weekly Issue 412: May 20, 2022

Thursday, June 30, 2022

Go => TinyGo => WASM, WASI



First steps with Golang and WebAssembly - DEV Community

What is the difference between WASM and WASI? In really short WASM is for the web and it doesn't support function calls,

Lots of languages are able to produce WASI
+ WASI modules don't need extra dependencies

have to use TinyGo to compile WASI module


"WASI is an extension of WASM to run not only on the web, but on any platform. WebAssembly provides a build target for a conceptual machine, meaning that a single binary can be run on different processors and computers (rather than having to build multiple different binaries). WASI provides a conceptual operating system which means that a program can use a common set of commands and subroutines to interact with the operating system without needing to be rewritten to handle the differences between operating systems.

If your code only needs to run in the browser you should use WebAssembly. If you are interacting with an operating system in a program you might want to consider using WAS
I."

A description by Mozilla



WASI 

The WebAssembly System Interface

WASI is a modular system interface for WebAssembly. As described in the initial announcement, it’s focused on security and portability.

WASI is being standardized in a subgroup of the WebAssembly CG. Discussions happen in GitHub issues, pull requests, and bi-weekly Zoom meetings.

For a quick intro to WASI, including getting started using it, see the intro document.

The Wasmtime runtime’s tutorial contains examples for how to target WASI from C and Rust. The resulting .wasm modules can be run in any WASI-compliant runtime.

For more documentation, see the documents guide.