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TLWI Rust #70

24 November 2021

Lemmy (a federated reddit alternative written in Rust) Release v0.14.0: Federation with Mastodon and Pleroma 🥳 • elfshaker: a low-footprint, high-performance version control system fine-tuned for binaries • Blog Post: IDEs and Macros • Xplorer, a modern File Explorer that was written using TypeScript, has its performance improved on the recent release • Rust from the beginning, your first program

4 min read

TLWI Rust #69

17 November 2021

The Rust compiler has gotten faster again • std::simd is now available on nightly • Rust Foundation announces free compute resources for Rust Project maintainers • Static Analyzer Rudra Found over 200 Memory Safety Issues in Rust Crates • Introducing hRPC: a simple RPC system for user-facing APIs

3 min read

TLWI Rust #68

10 November 2021

Rust is the highest paid programming language of 2021 • An entire desktop environment made in Rust is coming to Pop!_OS! • Proof of concept: iOS app written in pure Rust • It's Time to Get Hyped About Const Generics in Rust • Prepare your Rust API docs for Github Pages

3 min read

TLWI Rust #67

03 November 2021

This little known javascript physics library blew my mind! • How to call C code from Rust • Writing a QML Application in Rust (Part 2) • Git Internals part 1: The git object model • Meta Programming

3 min read

TLWI Rust #66

27 October 2021

Announcing Rust 1.56.0 and Rust 2021 • I'm a former HFT C++ programmer, starting a series on how Rust fixes C++'s serious issues • Writing a Linux-compatible kernel in Rust • rust-analyzer changelog #100 🎉 • Is Rust going to Replace Java?

4 min read

TLWI Rust #65

20 October 2021

The Rust Foundation Has Hired Ferrous Systems to Take Over's On-Call Rotation • Rust Option 30x more efficient to return than Java Optional • Making slow Rust code fast • Fearless-NES: a NES emulator in Rust, using Egui, Macroquad, GilRs and more... • Solana: How to send custom instructions via instruction data

3 min read

TLWI Rust #64

13 October 2021

Using Rust for kernel development • Running Rust on AWS Lambda on ARM64 • URL Shortener with Rust, Svelte, & AWS (6/): Deploying to AWS • GitUI - v0.18 supports rebase • Validate fields and types in serde with TryFrom

3 min read

TLWI Rust #63

06 October 2021

Linus Torvalds on Community, Rust and Linux’s Longevity • Amethyst – Starting Fresh | We are officially halting development of Amethyst Engine. Amethyst Foundation is now engine-agnostic. We no longer have a singular focus on making any specific game engine. Whatever Works is our new mantra. • Rust for Rustaceans digital version has been published [book] • rustc_codegen_gcc: Progress Report #4 • Mimic: A Gameboy emulator written in Rust that can be played on the command line

4 min read

TLWI Rust #62

29 September 2021

Klask — automatically create GUI applications from clap (v3) apps., Introducing SeaORM - 🐚 An async & dynamic ORM for Rust, Core team membership updates | Rust Blog, Have you tried functional programming?, URL Shortener with Rust, Svelte, & AWS (4/): Dockerizing

4 min read

TLWI Rust #61

22 September 2021

GCC codegen now under rust-lang organization., Alpine: System change proposal: Rust in main, rust-analyzer changelog #95, Announcing `compact_str`! A super memory efficient immutable string that is transparently stored on the stack, when possible, Full-stack Rust: A complete tutorial with examples

3 min read

TLWI Rust #60

15 September 2021

Announcing Rust 1.55.0, Veloren 0.11 is releasing today!, [Rust] Tokio stack overview: Runtime, End-to-End Encryption through Kafka - using Rust, Container Runtime in Rust - Part 0

3 min read

TLWI Rust #59

08 September 2021

Rust 2021 celebration and thanks, Blog Post: Fast Rust Builds, Splitting the const generics features | Inside Rust Blog, Password auth in Rust, from scratch - Attacks and best practices [Zero To Production In Rust, #10], Rust programs written entirely in Rust

3 min read