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Learnings from a Project That Went from Heaven to Hell

Maja Selmer Megard, project leader and department manager at Kantega, prepared the presentation From Heaven to Hell which was intended to be presented at conferences in the spring of 2020. In this presentation, she shared her experience from a project that at first sight seemed to be a perfect fit in all regards, but ended up as the most exhausting, conflict-ridden project she has been in.

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The New Client-Side Video Editing Proposal

Melanie Richards discussed the client-side video editing proposal that the Edge team at Microsoft has been working on. The proposal is in the incubation phase at the Web Platform Incubator Community Group(WICG) and aims at enabling dramatically faster client-side video editing experience and better performance. The proposed interface includes methods for trimming and concatenating videos.

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How Serverless Impacts Design: Gojko Adzic at DDD Europe

Serverless architectures are increasingly becoming mainstream and can significantly reduce both time to market and operational costs. But to benefit from them, applications must be designed around the constraints of this deployment architecture. At the recent DDD Europe 2020 conference in Amsterdam, Gojko Adzic discussed his experience using serverless, future trends, and how Domain-Driven Design (DDD) and a serverless architecture will impact the design of an application.

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V8 Adds Support for WebAssembly SIMD

The WebAssembly SIMD proposal has come to Google JavaScript engine V8, albeit still as an experimental feature. Exploiting data parallelism, V8 support for SIMD (Single instruction, multiple data) aims to accelerate compute intensive tasks like audio/video processing, machine learning, and more.

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Atlassian Introduces Forge, a New Way to Build Serverless Cloud Apps

In a recent blog post, Atlassian announced a new serverless cloud platform called Forge, which allows developers to build Functions-as-a Service (FaaS) based applications hosted and operated by Atlassian. Forge UI, a flexible and declarative UI language, will be used by developers to build interactive experiences across web and mobile devices using a low-code approach. In addition, Atlassian provides a DevOps toolchain which is supported by the Forge Command Line Interface (CLI).

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