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Thang Chung

Thang is a Technical Manager at NashTech Vietnam, and a Microsoft Azure MVP since 2020. He has over 16 years of experience in software consulting, design, and development. He currently works at NashTech with software experts and consultants in the company to design, develop and deliver various types of enterprise software such as healthcare, media marketing, social networking, real estate, and a variety of other business industries. He is in charge of a group of technical architects that helps his customers to migrate and modernize their legacy systems using cutting-edge technologies such as Cloud Computing, Cloud-native Platform, Serverless, and WebAssembly/WASI.

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How to run WebAssembly/WASI application (Spin) with Dapr on Kubernetes

The original post is hosted at Introduction As far as we know, WebAssembly (WASM) / WebAssembly System Interface (WASI) is gaining traction these days. It comes with a lot of benefits such as faster startup times (no cold-start like serverless, start-up around milliseconds), near-native performance (WASM format), lightweight (very small sizing), convenience and versatility (build once run everywhere …

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Platform Engineering at NashTech

Platform Engineering Platform Engineering is a buzzword in 2023 – it lands at number 5 in the Gartner Top Strategic Technology Trends 2023 below. We have heard about it from everyone and everywhere. “Gartner expects that by 2026, 80% of software engineering organizations will establish platform teams as internal providers of reusable services, components, and …

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Software Engineering at NashTech

Journey of software engineering at NashTech As you know, NT has worked in software outsourcing and product builds for customers in over the world for over 20 years now. During that time, we have experienced many software development methodologies from waterfall to agile development methodology. It helps us to streamline how we can consult, design, …

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