WebAssembly, Krustlet, and the Future

Posted on Tuesday, Apr 14, 2020
Bridget chats with Taylor Thomas and Brian Ketelsen about WebAssembly, Krustlet, and the Future.

Guests

Taylor Thomas

Taylor Thomas

Taylor Thomas is a Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft Azure working with Helm, as well as other open-source tools. He has been involved with containers and Kubernetes platforms at Intel, Nike, and Microsoft and is one of the core maintainers of Helm. He currently lives in the Utah area and enjoys hiking and camping. He has also talked at multiple conferences, such as KubeCon, Velocity Conference, and Helm Summit about a variety of topics related to containers and Kubernetes.

Brian Ketelsen

Brian Ketelsen

Brian Ketelsen is probably most widely known for his role in the Go community: co-organizing Gophercon and co-authoring Go in Action for Manning Press. He’s been programming since he was 10, starting on a TI-99 4A. His broad background includes roles as a DBA, Developer, CIO, and nearly everything in-between. Brian built his first custom Linux distribution in 2007, which was used by colleges and companies like IBM to make developing with Ruby on Rails easier. Biggest contribution to Open Source: SkyDNS, which powers service discovery in Kubernetes.

Hosts

Bridget Kromhout

Bridget Kromhout

Bridget Kromhout is a Principal Program Manager at Microsoft, focusing on the open source Kubernetes ecosystem. Her CS degree emphasis was in theory, but she now deals with the concrete (if “cloud” can be considered tangible). After 15 years as an operations engineer, she traded being on call for being on a plane. A frequent speaker and program committee member for tech conferences, she leads the devopsdays organization globally and the devops community at home in Minneapolis. She podcasts with Arrested DevOps, blogs at https://bridgetkromhout.com, and is active in a Twitterverse near you.


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