Saturday, April 20, 2024
No menu items!
HomeData Engineering and Data WarehousingHow DotSlash makes executable deployment simpler

How DotSlash makes executable deployment simpler

Andres Suarez and Michael Bolin, two software engineers at Meta, join Pascal Hartig (@passy) on the Meta Tech Podcast to discuss the ins and outs of DotSlash, a new open source tool from Meta.

DotSlash takes the pain out of distributing binaries and toolchains to developers. Instead of committing large, platform-specific executables to a repository, DotSlash combines a fast Rust program with a JSON manifest prefixed with a #! to transparently fetch and execute the binary.

Learn how DotSlash was built, how it’s used at Meta, and how Michael and Andres’ career trajectories lead them to create this open source project at Meta.

To learn more about DotSlash:

Visit the official DotSlash site.
Visit the DotSlash GitHub repo.
Read Michael and Andres’ blog post on DotSlash.

Download or listen to the episode below:

Or find the episode wherever you get your podcasts, including:

Apple Podcasts

The Meta Tech Podcast is a podcast, brought to you by Meta, where we highlight the work Meta’s engineers are doing at every level – from low-level frameworks to end-user features.

Send us feedback on InstagramThreads, or X.

And if you’re interested in learning more about career opportunities at Meta visit the Meta Careers page.

The post How DotSlash makes executable deployment simpler appeared first on Engineering at Meta.

Read MoreEngineering at Meta



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Popular

Recent Comments