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Senior Oops Engineer
Once you realize that the Rust borrow checker is actually preventing you from writing bug after bug, you start to wonder how we ever got this far without it.
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Eric Hodel Jul 27
Replying to @ReinH
I realize this, but don’t yet have enough experience to know what to do when it yells at me
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Senior Oops Engineer Jul 27
Replying to @drbrain
Have you tried clone()
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Rob Rix‎ Jul 27
Replying to @ReinH
by writing bug after bug
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Senior Oops Engineer Jul 27
Replying to @rob_rix
fair
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Eddy Bruel Jul 27
Replying to @ReinH
By wasting huge amounts of developer time chasing down and fixing bugs that could have been prevented. Thats why Rust is such a game changer.
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ann hedonia 👻 Jul 27
Replying to @ReinH
like this:
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please wear a mask Jul 27
Replying to @AaronM @ReinH
looooooool
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Josh Clayton Jul 27
Replying to @ReinH
One of my most satisfying developer experiences ever was, about two months into Rust, busting out an Arc Mutex for something with crossbeam and it working first try. No way in hell I’d have been able to do that in Ruby (and I’ve been writing Ruby for almost 15 years)
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Josh Clayton Jul 27
Replying to @ReinH
Then there’s other days where I slam my head against the keyboard for an hour with * and & questioned what I’ve decided to do with my life
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J. C. Cantwell Jul 28
Replying to @ReinH
I feel this way every single time I write anything in elixir or elm and this makes me really want to give rust another shot
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