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Oskar Groth
Wow, Apple seems to be all-in on Rust for low-level programming: "Following a very successful first foray into Rust we are migrating an established codebase from C to Rust, and building new functionality primarily in Rust."
Bewirb dich auf eine Stelle als Software Engineer- Networking/Privacy- bei Apple. Informier dich über die Stelle und finde heraus, ob sie das Richtige für dich ist.
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Oskar Groth Sep 11
Replying to @oskargroth
If you are looking for a career in Rust, there is no better place to apply to than Embark Studios. Go build the Next Big Thing™ with industry leading artists and game engineers 🦀
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Ari V Sep 3
Replying to @oskargroth
As they should be 🦀
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William Saar Sep 3
Networking code at Apple in Germany - is someone trying to deprive the joy of chasing segfaults in networking libs or will Netty still be relying on C? :)
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Claudio Cicali 🇪🇺 Sep 11
I wonder if they will also give credit (and maybe money, somehow) to Mozilla? (rhetorical question)
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Cayo Santana Sep 11
Well, Apple has been the major force behind LLVM, so Rust already benefited for their work.
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Ahmed Rezik Sep 11
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Fadi Botros Sep 11
Great, Apple seems to be back for security again, after being totally behind Google in Android due to JVM and GC of Android, let’s see Rust or JVM would win
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Cameron Caine Sep 11
Replying to @oskargroth @rustlang
This makes great sense to me. Apart from perhaps undermining Swift as a potential systems level language.
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chrysanthemum Sep 11
Replying to @oskargroth
Interesting -- this looks to be server-side, wonder if client-side will ever use Rust.
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Eddy 🦀 Sep 11
Perhaps, if they decide to embrace it within the kernel or drivers for their operating systems…
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