Hi 👋, I'm Ankesh Bharti and I go by @feynon on the internets. I'm a 24 yo software developer and technologist based in India. My pronouns are he/him. I love reading about technoculture, computing history, silicon chips, finance, humanities, and futures studies. Other interests include cricket, weightlifting, motorsports, sci-fi, and western cinema.

My research focuses on exploring smarter and faster ways of working with compute, spanning browsers, compilers, and runtime infrastructure technologies. I am particularly interested in accelerating the capabilities of compute on consumer devices for real-time AI and data apps with a mission to empower developers to craft magical web experiences that deliver on the futuristic vision of "The Intelligent Internet" (opens in a new tab).

To that end, I'm working on a set of open-ended, composable experiments (opens in a new tab) exploring the deployment of local-first applications, written in Rust and making use of WebAssembly, WebGPU, WebTransport, and other modern Web APIs.

With my work I want to help as much with thinking and reflection as with code that have clear short-term outcomes.

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