Raphael Amorim

Senior Software Developer @ Viaplay

Enthusiast about compilers, WebAssembly, and Rust. Senior Software Developer at Viaplay and member of the JS foundation. Previously worked at companies like Spotify, GoDaddy, and Globo.com. Wrote a book about WebAssembly (in Portuguese). In his free time likes to do oil painting on canvases.

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Bring Gameboy alive in the Web with Rust and WebAssembly

Let's see how the heart of a Gameboy works by analysing a the 8-bit microprocessor: Sharp LR35902. We will look at behaviour of one of the CPU registers, memory and graphics processing of a Gameboy, consolidating this knowledge into writing an emulator for the Web.

RustLab for the Planet

As a part of our commitment to sustainability, we’re planting “Speaker’s trees” on behalf of our speakers. These trees represent our effort to offset the carbon emissions from their travel. By planting trees, we’re helping to reduce our carbon footprint and combat the effects of climate change. Join us in this symbolic act and help make our conference eco-friendly.

RustLab is a conference made by Develer.
Develer is a company based in Campi Bisenzio, near Florence. Our motto is : "Technology to give life to your products". We produce hardware and software to create exceptional products and to improve industrial processes and people's well being.
In Develer we have passion for the new technologies and we offer our clients effective solutions that are also efficient, simple and safe for the end users. We also believe in a friendly and welcoming environment where anybody can give their contribution. This passion and this vision are what we've been driven to organize our conference "made by developers for developers".

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