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B. Cameron Gain
B. Cameron Gain

BC Gain’s obsession with computers began when he hacked a Space Invaders console to play all day for 25 cents at the local video arcade in the early 1980s. He then started writing code for very elementary games on the family Commodore 64 and programming in BASIC on the high school PC. He has since become a long-time and steadfast Linux advocate and loves to write about IT and tech. His byline has appeared in Wired, PC World, CIO, Technology Review, Popular Science, and Automotive News.

STORIES BY B. Cameron Gain
What Wasm Needs to Reach the Edge
WebAssembly Providers Speed Ahead to Fill Serverless Gaps
VMware and Other Wasm Players Want WebAssembly 
How Knowledge Graphs Make Data More Useful to Organizations
Which Features Does Your Platform Engineering Portal Need?
Can WebAssembly Solve Serverless’s Problems?
Is WebAssembly Really the Future? 
What $100 Per Month for Twitter’s API Can Mean to Developers
WebAssembly: When You Hate Rust but Love Python
Linux Foundation Study Assesses ‘Outsized’ U.S. Influence on Open Source
WebAssembly vs. JavaScript: Security, Speed, Flexibility
5 Security Principles to Guide Your DevSecOps Journey
Performance Measured: How Good Is Your WebAssembly?
Kubescape: A CNCF Sandbox Platform for All Kubernetes Security
Java’s History Could Point the Way for WebAssembly
PromCon 2022: Why Prometheus Had to Change
Observability in 2022: It Pays to Learn
Should WebAssembly Get a PaaS?
WebAssembly vs. Kubernetes
Argo CD and Flux Are CNCF Grads: But What Now?
What I Learned at Neo4j’s NODES 22 Conference
Open Source Underpins a Home Furnishings Provider’s Global Ambitions
ML Can Streamline Kubernetes Provisioning
Grafana Shows New Observability Projects at ObservabilityCON
CEO Raj Dutt Interview: The Grafana Experience Will Change
OpenTelemetry Properly Explained and Demoed
Red Hat Helps Make Kubernetes Security More Accessible
Is VMware’s Carvel Donation Just Another CNCF Sandbox?