Running Native Applications in a Browser with Droplet Computing

Nick Janetakis saw the launch of Droplet Computing last month at Cloud Field Day. He found the company’s mission to run native applications online or offline in a browser on any device to be genuinely cool technology. Using their Universal Container Runtime, they can run applications without worrying about the underlying OS or architecture. Most importantly, this isn’t just a concept. While still early days, Droplet disclosed that their tech is being used by companies in production. Nick was definitely intrigued by what he saw.


The Cloud Field Day Experience as a First Time Delegate

Being a first time delegate at a Field Day event is a rather unique experience. The full firehose of information received for our presenting companies can be overwhelming and exhilarating at the same time. With a little time for reflection, Nick Janetakis put together a post sharing his experience at Cloud Field Day last week. The event definitely took him out of his comfort zone, but in the best way possible. It’s a really thoughtful reflection on the event. If you’ve ever wondered what the Tech Field Day delegate experience is like, Nick does a great job of capturing it.


Cloud Field Day Interview: Nick Janetakis

In this CTO Dose, Keith Townsend interviews first time delegate Nick Janetakis about his experience at Cloud Field Day. The company that really stood out to Nick was Droplet Computing, which came out of stealth at the event. As a developer and educator, he found their methodology of running containerized apps in a browser intriguing.


Nick Janetakis

I’ve been interested in software development and technology since the mid-1990s. Over the last 20 years I’ve been a self taught web developer who has done freelance work and has now gotten into teaching. I’m always working on side projects and keeping up with the latest technology trends because it’s what I love to do.