/Rust

The Rust Performance Book

- Nicholas Nethercote tl;dr: "This book contains many techniques that can improve the performance - speed and memory usage - of Rust programs."

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Rust After The Honeymoon

- Bryan Cantrill tl;dr: Bryan outlines personal reasons he's enjoying Rust. "Some are tiny but beautiful details that allow me to indulge in the pleasure of the craft; some are much more profound features that represent important advances in the state of the art."

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Why Not Rust?

- Aleksey Kladov tl;dr: Although a Rust advocate, Aleksey argues the reasons not to use the language - you don't "ultimate performance" or control over hardware resources, it's complex, has a slow compile time, and more.

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Planning The 2021 Roadmap

tl;dr: "We want to hear from the community. We’re going to be running two parallel efforts over the next several weeks: the 2020 Rust Survey, to be announced next week, and a call for blog posts."

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RustConf 2020 Summary

tl;dr: "An aggregation of links that summarize RustConf 2020. Pull requests welcome!"

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Laying The Foundation For Rust's Future

tl;dr: As a result of the re-org and layoffs at Mozilla "the Rust Core Team and Mozilla are happy to announce plans to create a Rust foundation," planned to be up and running by the end of the year."

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Rustlings

tl;dr: "Small exercises to get you used to reading and writing Rust code. This includes reading and responding to compiler messages!"

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Go vs Rust: Writing A CLI Tool

- Paulo Henrique Cuchi tl;dr: Paulo wrote a simple web app in Go and Rust languages, both of which are unfamiliar to him. He evaluates both and concludes with their comparative pros and cons.

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Linux Kernel In-tree Rust Support

- Nick Desaulniers tl;dr: Email thread on incorporating Rust into the Linux Kernel.

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Microsoft: Rust Is The Industry’s ‘Best Chance’ At Safe Systems Programming

- Joab Jackson tl;dr: "Microsoft is gradually switching to Rust to build its infrastructure software, away from C/C++."

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