Rocket: A Web Framework For Rust

- Mark Litwintschik tl;dr: "Web framework written in Rust. It provides a concise API and is opinionated and feature-rich beyond what you would typically find in a micro-framework."

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How To Write Fast Rust Code

- Renato Athaydes tl;dr: "Rust allows you to make your code just about as fast, if not faster, than pretty much any other language as long as you put in the time to learn it properly and pay some attention to your application algorithms." Renato shows us how.

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Announcing Rust 1.54.0

tl;dr: (1) Attributes can invoke function-like macros. (2) Wasm32 intrinsics stabilized. (3) Incremental compilation is re-enabled by default, and more.

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How We Improved The Performance Of Our Rust App

- Aram Drevekenin tl;dr: There are two performance issues Aram solves in the multiplexer app - data overflow in the MPSC channel and performance of rendering and data parsing.

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Towards Inserting One Billion Rows In SQLite Under A Minute

- Avinash Sajjanshetty tl;dr: Avinash discusses how far he's gotten in attempting to building a 4 column DB with a billion rows in under a minute using Python and Rust scripts, with the following compromises: (1) lack of durability i.e. crashing is fine. (2) Can use machine resources to the fullest. (3) Can use pseudo-random methods from stdlib.

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Automatic Rust Verification Tools (2021)

- Alastair Reid tl;dr: Alastair took advantage of all the experts at the 2021 Rust Verification Workshop to make an up to date list of tools. This post focuses on the automatic one, such as interpreters, model checkers, etc...

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Announcing Rust 1.52.1

- Felix Klock Mark Rousskov tl;dr: "The Rust team has prepared a new release, 1.52.1, working around a bug in incremental compilation which was made into a compiler error in 1.52.0. We recommend all Rust users, including those currently using stable versions prior to 1.52.0, upgrade to 1.52.1 or disable incremental compilation."

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Speed Of Rust Vs C

- Kornel Lesiński tl;dr: "Rust programs also optimize quite well, sometimes better than C. While C is good for writing minimal code on byte-by-byte pointer-by-pointer level, Rust has powerful features for efficiently combining multiple functions or even whole libraries together."

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Planning The Rust 2021 Edition

- Ryan Levick tl;dr: "The Rust 2021 Edition working group is happy to announce that the next edition of Rust, Rust 2021, is scheduled for release later this year. "

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Hello World!

- Ashley Williams tl;dr: "I’m excited to announce the Rust Foundation, a new independent non-profit organization to steward the Rust programming language and ecosystem, with a unique focus on supporting the set of maintainers that govern and develop the project."

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