Wasm Labs

About Wasm Labs

Wasm Labs is a group inside the VMware Office of the CTO (OCTO) focusing on WebAssembly (Wasm) and its ecosystem. We explore WebAssembly, by understanding its capabilities, potential, and challenges.

We create projects that showcase the possibilities of WebAssembly and help developers to adopt it. Technology is developed to be used, and we want to ensure you get all its potential and capabilities in your projects.

In addition to that, we push WebAssembly to its limits. We love to play with technology and understand its challenges and how to overcome them. We are excited to try, succeed, fail, learn and contribute.

Thanks to the new living proposals and the vibrant community, we strongly think it is a fascinating moment for WebAssembly.

About the authors

Angel M Miguel

Angel is an Open Source (OSS) enthusiast, both as a creator and contributor. His background is as full-stack web developer working primarily with React, APIs, and automation. In his spare time you will be find him playing with new frameworks and languages.

Asen Alexandrov

Asen has a long experience on different kind of projects. Mainly focused on low-level projects, he has a great eye for performance and a complete view of every project he works on. He loves educating other team members and helping others to learn and grow their knowledge.

Rafael Fernández

Rafael is an Open Source lover and contributor. He has special interest in the intersection of programming languages, distributed systems and infrastructure. When not in front of a computer, you can find him city walking or hiking.

Emeritus authors

Daniel Lopez

Daniel Lopez got involved with Open Source in the earlier days of the web, including the Apache web server and the Linux Documentation Project. Before falling in love with WebAssembly, Daniel was the co-founder and CEO of Bitnami, a company focused making open source software easy to use across multiple platforms.

Jesús González

Jesús has over two decades of industry experience most of it around Artificial Intelligence and IoT. Prior to VMware, he worked on NLP at Intel and co-founded Sofiathinks, a startup that disrupted the smart home ecosystem. He is passionate about retro computing and retro gaming.

The Bytecode Alliance

The Bytecode Alliance is a critical piece of the WebAssembly Ecosystem:

The Bytecode Alliance is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating secure new software foundations, building on standards such as WebAssembly and WebAssembly System Interface (WASI).

VMware is part of the Bytecode Alliance, and we look forward to working with all the other members in advancing WebAssembly forward.