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Some of tech’s biggest players are making big bets on Rust.
This post is a case study of writing a Rust application using only minimal, artificially constrained API (eg, no dynamic memory allocation). It assumes a fair bit of familiarity with the language.
This is going to be a philosophical post, vaguely about language design, and vaguely about Rust. If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you know that one theme I consistently hammer at is…
Rust prevents out-of-bounds memory accesses and buffer overruns via runtime bounds checks - what’s the cost of those bounds checks for a real-world, production application?
In this week’s The Long View: People won’t shut up about Rustlang, and Musk mandates Twitter teams return to the office.
Discuss this article on r/rust or on Hacker News. Low-level or systems programming languages generally strive to provide libraries and interfaces that enable developers, boost productivity, enhance…
Rust is a fast memory-safe low level programming language. And here's how I got started with it.
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An interview where we talk about how we use embedded Rust in our coming car projects.
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