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A systems programming language that runs blazingly fast, prevents segfaults, and guarantees thread safety.
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Rust Language 5h
Replying to @Erstejahre
This is documented on collect, with an example!
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Emery Berger 18h
We are planning to look into it! (If you know of a memory-intensive benchmark, that'd help!)
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rossipedia 19h
I have an idea in where I want to model my entire app as a set of composed Futures that resolve/complete when the app is finished / shut down. Is that the "right" way of doing things for an app that will include an API server as well as DB IO and periodic tasks?
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Ayush Mishra 13h
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Repositive.io 12h
There’s still a couple of spaces to join our free Rust Hack & Learn on 21 February 6.30-9pm. If you’re a with a side project you’ve always wanted to jump into, why not join us?
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yosh updates 10h
Going to do another livestream today at ~4pm CET . It's been a while since I last streamed; and also haven't been coding as much lately. Figured we could combine both!
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Andrey @ozkriff Lesnikov 10h
Replying to @itchio @rustlang
Btw, , I've sent a request to add to tools list. It'd be cool to have a page :)
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Replying to @DenysVuika
😊
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madhu 9h
Fourth blog in my series of blogs about developer experience with . This post talks about Algebraic Data Type support in Rust and Scala.
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Replying to @tedwardw
Rust is mentioned in the paper as future work :) By default rust dynamically links to glibc (MSVC excepted of course) and so it should Just Work.
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Replying to @jordanterrell
Thank you!
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Praveen 23h
Any / musl / docker experts - not sure where I'm going wrong
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Josh Triplett 23h
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Rust Language 24h
Replying to @cyber_exploit
It’s all good!
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John Pacific (Tux) Feb 17
A group submitted a hackathon project for a bounty using our NuFHE library (TFHE on GPU). Very impressed with it. They use to compile to EWASM and then interpret it to compute fully homomorphic logic gates. They used it to detect genetic mutations. Way cool!
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Rust Language Feb 17
Replying to @EscJaeger
For example, Option<T> has all of these different impl blocks:
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Rust Language Feb 17
Replying to @EscJaeger
Anyway, that’s all I’ve got for now! Thanks for this thread, seriously, it’s very good to see how people react the first time! Always happy to answer questions too
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Rust Language Feb 17
Replying to @EscJaeger
The compiler will elide checks when it can prove they’re not needed, and you can help give it info with assert statements too at times
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Rust Language Feb 17
Replying to @EscJaeger
You can make different blocks with different bounds, so methods only exist when the constraints are fulfilled. If that makes sense
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Rust Language Feb 17
Replying to @EscJaeger
Depends on how you use it; often just a reference, but it can move out too!
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