I tore apart the now massive dev ops cli tool I’ve been building for months. Is now a @rustlang multi-crate project with a core lib crate and a bin crate for each top level cmd. Not as hard as similar refactoring I’ve done with other languages. I love #rustlang.
The feeling when the first, crude piece of the new framework you are writing in #rust (https://github.com/commandline/luminal) benchmarks at a whopping 5,000,000 requests per second. Even with a healthy grain of salt I am impressed.
From DC to Brussels is a long way to come to only see talks on the live stream. Maybe I should lean into it, start a hallway conf, FOSHALL. #FOSDEM
Many people still waiting to get into Rust dev room are watching the current talk on the live stream. #FOSDEM WiFi is pretty good actually, so that’s good at least.
And the line moved. Only about ten people made it into the Rust dev room. #FOSDEM Guess I should be glad that Rust has such interest. Will wait one more session before finding something else.
All of the Rust sessions tomorrow appear to be full already at #FOSDEM. I think I will watch a few on live stream first thing before heading over.
Thanks to on this day in my feed, realize I’ve been programming in Rust for a year. @rustbeltrust was perfect way to commemorate.
D&D (simplified) as an analogy for traits in Rust by @nellshamrell at @rustbeltrust.
Down to the last talk at @rustbeltrust, one I’m most interested in: a deep dive into traits.
One of the small pleasures of a good tech conference like @rustbeltrust, polite eavesdropping on people sharing knowledge.