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Not So Fast: Analyzing the Performance of WebAssembly vs. Native Code

Authors: Abhinav Jangda, Bobby Powers, Emery D. Berger, and Arjun Guha, University of Massachusetts AmherstAbstract: All major web browsers now support WebAssembly, a low-level bytecode intended to serve as a compilation target for code written in languages like C and C++. A key goal of WebAssembly is performance parity with native code; previous work reports near parity,…


Stanley Tucci’s Negroni Tops This Week’s Internet News Roundup

First off, the harsh reality: The coronavirus is continuing to spread, leading to thousands of new infections and many deaths. But before we get into the talking points, we'd like to acknowledge that, yes, this was a week where Ansel Elgort—Mr. Baby Driver himself—got naked for good reasons on Instagram, and still managed to only…


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