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Mister Tech Blog Aug 13
Typeless … Can we simplify for newbies? Visual Embedded Rust generates Rust code that doesn't contain Types… It calls macro [infer_type] to infer Missing Types. So newbies can now learn Rust: Visually → Typeless → Fully Typed…
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marcus willock Aug 16
Just posted the second part of last week's video which completes the Read File/Refactoring of mini-grep (Chapter 12 of "The Rust Programming Language Book")
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Stephen Battista Aug 12
fuzzing of a large percentage of ring. 12.8M input in <14.5 hours on old linux desktop. 0 panics or crashes. Any advice on when to stop?
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Anthony Ramine 2h
mfw you nest imports multiple times
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Ильдар Ахметгалеев Aug 17
Hi . How source function of Error implementation for SuperError could return static reference for non static value in ?
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Bearish Aug 10
hi so im writing rust and its a good time and all but this syntax stands out to me as quite awkward is there a reason i have to have the second line there? is there a better way to write this?
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totally not a jerk 15h
Behold: compile-time FizzBuzz in :
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Per My Last Email Aug 13
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Mister Tech Blog Aug 10
Animated Parsing! "syn" is an awesome crate that parses Rust code so well... But it's also aware of all the code spans that it's parsing... What if we animate it with to understand "syn"'s recursive parsing? So cool!
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Prabhanjan Padhye Aug 11
Saw this on r/rust. never cease to amaze me!
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Jeff Waugh Jul 6
“Buster is the first release to ship with Rust based programs such as Firefox, ripgrep, fd, exa, etc. and a significant number of Rust based libraries (more than 450). Buster ships with rustc 1.34.” 🦀
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Tom K Aug 18
Video: Type erasure in Rust/C FFI — structs, generics, trait objects
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booyaa 3h
folk what crates are you using to knock up a rest api server quickly? spidey sense is tingling (potential blog post material)
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