What happend after I attended kandddinsky conf in October? I found that I got too lazy. I bought Kindle and read DDD Distilled and other books. There were lots of crazy ideas going on in DAG based distributed ledger thingy. And I got interested in edge computing. Yeah, I remember I've read the article from HN about Webassembly, But I haven't gone to the end of the post. Today, I read it again.
Fastly launched https://www.fastlylabs.com/ recently and I was able to find code snippets that looks familiar to me from Tyler McMullen's talk about Fastly lab. Well, I guess I don't need AWS lambda for these any more.
Also, there are cool open source projects out there like noise from Perlin.net.
Well, this doesn't end here. Combined with a tool like intel's movidius neural compute stick which costs $70 and tinker boards, then you can have something poweful in your hand. As Perlin's dev team envisioned you can have quantum computing in your palm. Since those companies are doing it as of now. I think "A supercomputer in the palm of your hand." will happen very soon.