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Posts for 'rust'

  1. Desugaring - taking our high-level language and simplifying it! (READABLE)
  2. 'It's really hard to find maintainers': Linus Torvalds ponders the future of Linux (READABLE)
  3. The Pain of Debugging WebAssembly – The New Stack (READABLE)
  4. How CDNs Generate Certificates (READABLE)
  5. home (READABLE)
  6. Documenting with PowerShell: Breaches using the HIBP API - CyberDrain (READABLE)
  7. Python may get pattern matching syntax (READABLE)
  8. xi-editor retrospective (READABLE)
  9. Egui – An experimental immediate mode GUI written in Rust (READABLE)
  10. .NET: Prepare your company for the future (READABLE)
  11. What's in a Linux executable? (READABLE)
  12. PEP 622 -- Structural Pattern Matching (READABLE)
  13. Path Building vs Path Verifying: Implementation Showdown (READABLE)
  14. dabreegster/abstreet (READABLE)
  15. @adlrocha - Software should be designed to last (READABLE)
  16. nabeelqu (READABLE)
  17. My Favorite CLI Tools (READABLE)
  18. the-benchmarker/web-frameworks (READABLE)
  19. 3K, 60fps, 130ms: achieving it with Rust | tonari blog (READABLE)
  20. Generics and Compile-Time in Rust | TiDB (READABLE)
  21. Black Google manager: “My education and elocution cannot save me from these situations” (READABLE)
  22. Build yourself a weather station. Part I (READABLE)
  23. Fast 2D rendering on GPU (READABLE)
  24. May 2020 news · (READABLE)
  25. Microsoft: Rust Is the Industry’s ‘Best Chance’ at Safe Systems Programming – The New Stack (READABLE)
  26. In Defense of Myers Briggs (READABLE)
  27. Flat UI Elements Attract Less Attention and Cause Uncertainty (READABLE)
  28. How async should have been (READABLE)
  29. Compressing Synapse database | Levans' workshop (READABLE)
  30. dapr/dapr (READABLE)
  31. 25 Years of PHP History (READABLE)
  32. A Tiny, Static, Full-Text Search Engine using Rust and WebAssembly | Matthias Endler (READABLE)
  33. Playing Around With The Fuchsia Operating System (READABLE)
  34. New inline assembly syntax available in nightly | Inside Rust Blog (READABLE)
  35. Hacking Windows with F# 5.0 Scripts (READABLE)
  36. dapr/dapr (READABLE)
  37. Rust: Dropping heavy things in another thread can make your code 10000 times faster (READABLE)
  38. The 2020 Developer Survey results are here! - Stack Overflow Blog (READABLE)
  39. Patrik Svensson - Targeting ARM64 for Windows in Rust (READABLE)
  40. Chrome: 70% of all security bugs are memory safety issues | ZDNet (READABLE)
  41. I made a NES emulator in Rust using generators (READABLE)
  42. Adding peephole optimization to Clang | Egor Bogatov — Developer at Microsoft (READABLE)
  43. Releasing Today! Visual Studio 2019 v16.6 & v16.7 Preview 1 | Visual Studio Blog (READABLE)
  44. Remembering Why Agile was a Big Deal (READABLE)
  45. Five Years of Rust | Rust Blog (READABLE)
  46. Deno 1.0 (READABLE)
  47. (READABLE)
  48. My Mid-Career Job-Hunt: A Data Point for Job-Seeking Devs (READABLE)
  49. Make LLVM fast again (READABLE)
  50. A Rust-based TLS library outperformed OpenSSL in almost every category | ZDNet (READABLE)
  51. [Question] CoreRT future plans · Issue #7200 · dotnet/corert (READABLE)
  52. [Question] CoreRT future plans · Issue #7200 · dotnet/corert (READABLE)
  53. Microsoft's GitHub account allegedly hacked, 500GB stolen (READABLE)
  54. Add tags for programming languages / genres (READABLE)
  55. PHP showing its maturity in release 7.4 (READABLE)
  56. Explainable Deep Learning: A Field Guide for the Uninitiated (READABLE)
  57. Making rust as fast as go (READABLE)
  58. 'Re: Integrating "safe" languages into OpenBSD?' (READABLE)
  59. Rust/WinRT Public Preview - Windows Developer Blog (READABLE)
  60. Rules of thumb for a 1x developer (READABLE)
  61. C# interop with C/C++ and Rust in WebAssembly - Uno Platform (READABLE)
  62. First Release (READABLE)
  63. First Release (READABLE)
  64. Teleforking a process onto a different computer! (READABLE)
  65. [Question] CoreRT future plans · Issue #7200 · dotnet/corert (READABLE)
  66. Announcing Rust 1.43.0 | Rust Blog (READABLE)
  67. Closing the gap: cross-language LTO between Rust and C/C++ (READABLE)
  68. Engineering code quality in the Firefox browser: A look at our tools and challenges – Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog (READABLE)
  69. Lab — CS-3210, Spring 2020 1 documentation (READABLE)
  70. A Possible New Backend for Rust – Jason Williams (READABLE)
  71. What Is Interesting About Factorio (READABLE)
  72. Abonnement Xbox Live - Les codes Xbox Live et les Cartes Cadeaux les moins chers du Net (READABLE)
  73. “Stubs” in the .NET Runtime (READABLE)
  74. A Taste of GPU Compute (READABLE)
  75. Cloudflare Workers Now Support COBOL (READABLE)
  76. Writing a Book with Pandoc, Make, and Vim — Vladimir Keleshev (READABLE)
  77. Introduction (READABLE)
  78. Swift: Google’s bet on differentiable programming | Tryolabs Blog (READABLE)
  79. I can't keep up with idiomatic Rust (READABLE)
  80. Migrating Duolingo’s Android app to 100% Kotlin (READABLE)
  81. Introducing Krustlet, the WebAssembly Kubelet (READABLE)
  82. Replicate your favorite VSCode theme in Windows Terminal (READABLE)
  83. Await | Writing an OS in Rust (READABLE)
  84. How I Became a Better Programmer (READABLE)
  85. `zig cc`: a Powerful Drop-In Replacement for GCC/Clang (READABLE)
  86. Software Engineer - Jobs at Apple (READABLE)
  87. I Am Mesmerized By Our New Robotic Vacuum (READABLE)
  88. Starship: Cross-Shell Prompt (READABLE)
  89. Rust/WinRT coming soon (READABLE)
  90. Researching the optimal; implementing the practical (READABLE)
  91. Ancient shell shows days were half-hour shorter 70 million years ago - AGU Newsroom (READABLE)
  92. Announcing Rust 1.42.0 | Rust Blog (READABLE)
  93. My exploration of Rust and .NET (READABLE)
  94. How I Start: Nix (READABLE)
  95. Table 4 . Normalized global results for Energy, Time, and Memory  (READABLE)
  96. Automatic indexes and garbage collection, features that you shouldn’t need which save the day (READABLE)
  97. On the shoulders of the giants (READABLE)
  98. Firecracker (READABLE)
  99. Microsoft's Miguel de Icaza Ponders New Use for WebAssembly -- Visual Studio Magazine (READABLE)
  100. Abhishek Gupta – Medium (READABLE)
  101. Stateful Programming Models in Serverless Functions | QCon San Francisco 2020 (READABLE)
  102. Stark - Language And Frontend Compiler - Prototype 2019 (READABLE)
  103. - Miguel de Icaza (READABLE)
  104. Rust Ownership Rules (READABLE)
  105. A journey to searching Have I Been Pwned database in 49μs (C++) (READABLE)
  106. A half-hour to learn Rust (READABLE)
  107. I want off Mr. Golang's Wild Ride (READABLE)
  108. What is a type in TypeScript? Two perspectives (READABLE)
  109. Securing Firefox with WebAssembly – Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog (READABLE)
  110. Acrobat on the Web, Powered by WebAssembly (READABLE)
  111. On Voice Coding (READABLE)
  112. Andreessen-Horowitz craps on “AI” startups from a great height (READABLE)
  113. Bastion (READABLE)
  114. The Zen of Go | Dave Cheney (READABLE)
  115. Learning Rust With Entirely Too Many Linked Lists (READABLE)
  116. Getting started with Uno Platform and ReactiveUI - Uno Platform (READABLE)
  117. Update on our new and upcoming security keys (READABLE)
  118. Why Do So Many Incompetent Men Become Leaders? (READABLE)
  119. The Horrifically Dystopian World of Software Engineering Interviews - Blog by Jared Nelsen (READABLE)
  120. Rust for professionals (READABLE)
  121. Examples of calling an API HTTP GET for JSON in different languages - Joe Kampschmidt's Code (READABLE)
  122. This Goes to Eleven (Part. 2/∞) (READABLE)
  123. You’re probably using the wrong dictionary « the blog (READABLE)
  124. The Bright Side of Imposter Syndrome. (READABLE)
  125. The bright side of imposter syndrome. | Leo Gopal (READABLE)
  126. Todo-Backend (READABLE)
  127. Google's OpenSK lets you BYOSK – burn your own security key (READABLE)
  128. tock/tock (READABLE)
  129. Stack Overflow (READABLE)
  130. KnightOS was an interesting operating system (READABLE)
  131. martinber/noaa-apt (READABLE)
  132. Building personal search infrastructure for your knowledge and code | beepb00p (READABLE)
  133. Add support for high level Assembler by xoofx · Pull Request #60 · 0xd4d/iced (READABLE)
  134. microsoft/verona (READABLE)
  135. Building Graphical Applications with WASI, Wasmer, and the experimental I/O Devices (READABLE)
  136. Build Rust environment for ESP32 (READABLE)
  137. Containerized builds for Rust on the ESP32 - DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻 (READABLE)
  138. Browser Games Aren't an Easy Target — Jakob's Personal Webpage (READABLE)
  139. Racor - PSM-1R - Pro Store Multi-Use Storage Bracket - Wheelbarrow and Ladder Hanger - Utility Hooks - (READABLE)
  140. BLAKE3-team/BLAKE3 (READABLE)
  141. Developer Tools Weekly : Issue 100 : January 6, 2020 (READABLE)
  142. imsnif/bandwhich (READABLE)
  143. “Stack Walking” in the .NET Runtime (READABLE)
  144. Signal >> Blog >> Technology Preview for secure value recovery (READABLE)
  145. patriksvensson/waithandle-rs (READABLE)
  146. Using WebAssembly from .NET with Wasmtime – Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog (READABLE)
  147. Using WebAssembly from .NET with Wasmtime (READABLE)
  148. (READABLE)
  149. Consuming Ethernet frames with the nom crate (READABLE)
  150. More implementations · Issue #4 · mimoo/disco (READABLE)
  151. dapr/dapr (READABLE)
  152. New release – PeachPie Sdk 0.9.600 @ PeachPie | PHP compiler to .NET (READABLE)
  153. The State of the Octoverse (READABLE)
  154. Using Rust in Windows - Microsoft Security Response Center (READABLE)
  155. How Swift Achieved Dynamic Linking Where Rust Couldn't (READABLE)
  156. Just-so story - Wikipedia (READABLE)
  157. patriksvensson/rustcalc (READABLE)
  158. Facebook Libra is Architecturally Unsound (READABLE)
  159. NordVPN users’ passwords exposed in mass credential-stuffing attacks (READABLE)
  160. TLS Post-Quantum Experiment (READABLE)
  161. Safe and Secure Drivers in High-Level Languages (READABLE)
  162. Apple, Your Developer Documentation is… Missing (READABLE)
  163. dapr/dapr (READABLE)
  164. Add 64 bits support to Array underlying storage · Issue #12221 · dotnet/runtime (READABLE)
  165. A Talk Near the Future of Python (a.k.a., Dave live-codes a WebAssembly Interpreter) (READABLE)
  166. Announcing the Open Application Model (OAM), an open standard for developing and operating applications on Kubernetes and other platforms - Open Source Blog (READABLE)
  167. rust-p2p/disco (READABLE)
  168. AWS’ sponsorship of the Rust project | Amazon Web Services (READABLE)
  169. Improving the LibraBFT protocol · Libra (READABLE)
  170. “Stubs” in the .NET Runtime (READABLE)
  171. Dave Glick - Default Interface Members, What Are They Good For? (READABLE)
  172. r/programming - A high-speed network driver written in C, Rust, Go, C#, Java, OCaml, Haskell, Swift, Javascript, and Python (READABLE)
  173. ixy-languages/ixy-languages (READABLE)
  174. A high-speed network driver written in C, Rust, Go, C#, Java | Hacker News (READABLE)
  175. My RustConf 2018 Closing Keynote (READABLE)
  176. Utf8String design proposal · Issue #2350 · dotnet/corefxlab (READABLE)
  177. Why Are So Many Developers Hating on Object-Oriented Programming? - The New Stack (READABLE)
  178. What's new in C# 8.0 - C# Guide (READABLE)
  179. Highlights from Git 2.23 (READABLE)
  180. Potentially unsafe uses of unsafe · Issue #145 · mozilla/neqo (READABLE)
  181. RustPython/RustPython (READABLE)
  182. What's Deno, and how is it different from Node.js? - LogRocket Blog (READABLE)
  183. How we integrate Rust with C# (READABLE)
  184. C# and Rust: combining managed and unmanaged code without sacrificing safety - Ashley Mannix (READABLE)
  185. gothinkster/realworld (READABLE)
  186. What does debugging a program look like? - Julia Evans (READABLE)
  187. Archive (READABLE)
  188. jeanqasaur/dsl-syllabus-fall-2016 (READABLE)
  189. Open Source Game Clones (READABLE)
  190. .NET R&D Digest (May, 2019) (READABLE)
  191. Rust: A Language for the Next 40 Years - Carol Nichols (READABLE)
  192. Users (READABLE)
  193. Elon Musk Says ‘Hyperloop’ Tunnel Is Now Just a Normal Car Tunnel Because ‘This Is Simple and Just Works’ (READABLE)
  194. WCF vs gRPC (READABLE)
  195. Visual Studio Code Remote Development may change everything - Scott Hanselman (READABLE)
  196. 0xd4d/iced (READABLE)
  197. Graphics Programming Weekly - Article Database (READABLE)
  198. (READABLE)
  199. Error Management: Future vs ZIO (READABLE)
  200. Error Management: Future vs ZIO (READABLE)
  201. Community and Communication going forward (READABLE)
  202. Fight the global warming: compile your C# apps ahead of time (READABLE)
  203. A doorbell company owned by Amazon wants to start producing “crime news” and it’ll definitely end well (READABLE)
  204. Keynote: The Last Hope for Scala's Infinity War - John A. De Goes (READABLE)
  205. distractionware » The Dice are Cast (READABLE)
  206. Rust's 2019 roadmap | Rust Blog (READABLE)
  207. ericsink/wasm2cil (READABLE)
  208. Running WebAssembly and WASI with .NET (READABLE)
  209. BurntSushi/ripgrep (READABLE)
  210. [question] choosing between class and struct · Issue #12489 · dotnet/runtime (READABLE)
  211. Functional Scala: Next Level by John A. De Goes (LambdaConf Edition) (READABLE)
  212. Stack Overflow Developer Survey 2019 (READABLE)
  213. The electronic song “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites” reduces host attack and mating success in the dengue vector Aedes aegypti (READABLE)
  214. Tastes Like Chicken (READABLE)
  215. Announcing Lucet: Fastly's native WebAssembly compiler and runtime (READABLE)
  216. cloudflare/boringtun (READABLE)
  217. BoringTun, a userspace WireGuard implementation in Rust (READABLE)
  218. Standardizing WASI: A system interface to run WebAssembly outside the web – Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog (READABLE)
  219. How to Debug Rust with Visual Studio Code (READABLE)
  220. [Question] CoreRT future plans · Issue #7200 · dotnet/corert (READABLE)
  221. Why Hashbrown Does A Double-Lookup (READABLE)
  222. Explaining Code using ASCII Art – Embedded in Academia (READABLE)
  223. Testing Incrementally with ZIO Environment by John De Goes - Signify Technology (READABLE)
  224. Writing A Compiler In Go | Thorsten Ball (READABLE)
  225. Writing An Interpreter In Go | Thorsten Ball (READABLE)
  226. Deep thoughts on other languages Like Rust, Go, etc. (READABLE)
  227. Testing Incrementally with ZIO Environment (READABLE)
  228. Cats instances taking the environmental parameter by gvolpe · Pull Request #593 · zio/zio (READABLE)
  229. Leadersheep — Trinity Farm (READABLE)
  230. CensoredUsername/dynasm-rs (READABLE)
  231. Paper: Hyperscan: A Fast Multi-pattern Regex Matcher for Modern CPUs (READABLE)
  232. Combining iterator blocks and async methods in C# | Premier Developer (READABLE)
  233. sharkdp/bat (READABLE)
  234. Hotswapping Haskell · Simon Marlow (READABLE)
  235. vmg/sundown (READABLE)
  236. ApoorvaJ/tiny-jpeg-rs (READABLE)
  237. Introducing HacSpec (READABLE)
  238. The 10 Secrets to Indie Game Success (and Why They Do Not Exist) (READABLE)
  239. Rust Package Registry (READABLE)
  240. dalek-cryptography/ed25519-dalek (READABLE)
  241. LLVM: include/llvm/Support/Casting.h Source File (READABLE)
  242. Undefined Behavior Is Really Undefined (READABLE)
  243. sharkdp/hyperfine (READABLE)
  244. Zcash Counterfeiting Vulnerability Successfully Remediated - Electric Coin Company (READABLE)
  245. (Now Go Bang!) Snowflake Archeology (DEC PDP-1) (READABLE)
  246. Deep Learning with Darwin: Evolutionary Synthesis of Deep Neural Networks (READABLE)
  247. The Web We Lost (READABLE)
  248. » The Sierra Discovery Adventures The Digital Antiquarian (READABLE)
  249. » The Game of Everything, Part 7: Civilization and Government I (Despotism, Monarchy, and the Republic) The Digital Antiquarian (READABLE)
  250. » The Game of Everything, Part 4: Civilization and Geography The Digital Antiquarian (READABLE)
  251. » Games on the Mersey, Part 5: The Lemmings Effect The Digital Antiquarian (READABLE)
  252. » A Tale of the Mirror World, Part 5: The Inflection Point The Digital Antiquarian (READABLE)
  253. lemire/simdjson (READABLE)