Rust has been one of the most popular new languages as voted by developers for the past several years. WebAssembly is a new standard from the W3C that allows for near native performance across the board in and out of the browser.

Each of these technologies is transformative on its own. Together, they are a compelling mix of the speed of C++, the safety and portability of Java and a modern, expressive and readable syntax. Come learn why Rust and WebAssembly are two great technologies that are better together. This combination is going to impact your career whether you develop on the front end, the backend, the desktop or in the cloud.

We will not assume knowledge of Rust and will introduce the major features of this modern systems programming language. This will include:

  • The Rust memory model
  • Moving runtime errors to compile time errors
  • Traits and Generics
  • Functional programming
  • The Standard Library

We will also cover the WebAssembly platform including:

  • The vision of a ubiquitous platform for reusable code that is setting our industry on fire
  • The stack architecture
  • The WAST Text format
  • Interacting with Rust
  • Interacting with JavaScript
  • Memories and Tables
  • Dynamic-linking
  • Running in and out of the browser
  • Improving the interoperability between Rust and WebAssembly modules
  • The WebAssembly Service Interface (WASI)

Registration includes an NFJS Tour Event Ticket
($1,150 value)

Brian Sletten

Brian Sletten

Forward Leaning Software Engineer

October 7 - 9, 2019

Monday - Wednesday
7:30AM - 4PM


Register by August 16, 2019 to save $550 off regular registration with super early-bird price.

Current Registration Fee: $2,600

After August 16, 2019: $2,900

After September 6, 2019: $3,150

Special Offer

Registration includes an NFJS Tour Ticket
($1,150 value)

Registration Includes

  • 3-Day Training Offering
  • Ticket to NFJS Tour Event
  • Continental breakfast, refreshment breaks and lunch
  • Wireless Connectivity & Power
  • Certificate of Completion