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Stack Overflow (the website) - We have a problem - community - The Rust Programming Language Forum | users.rust-lang.org
Hello friends, I've been learning Rust on and off for the last 6 months and I seem to come across a bit of a problem with questions on Stack Overflow (SO). There are people triaging issues with overly strict criteria fo…
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Article Rust Forum Rust Feb 21, 2020 1  
Virtual, final and override in C++ - Fluent C++ | fluentcpp.com
C++11 added the keywords final and override. One of them is super useful, and the other one... not as much.
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Article Jonathan Boccara CPP Feb 21, 2020 1  
What's New in Rust 1.41 :: Rustacean Station | rustacean-station.org
Come journey with us into the weird, wonderful, and wily world of Rust.
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Article rustacean-station Rust Feb 20, 2020 1  
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Article Daniel Silverstone Rust Feb 19, 2020 1  
WebThings Gateway Goes Global - Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog | hacks.mozilla.org
A walkthrough of what's new in the WebThings Gateway 0.11 release, which lets you build your own web things with the latest WebThings Framework libraries. The biggest change in this ...
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Article Mozilla Web Feb 19, 2020 1  
Subplot volunteers? (Acceptance testing tool) | blog.digital-scurf.org
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Article Daniel Silverstone Rust Feb 19, 2020 1  
How to Make for_each Stop When a Condition Is True - Fluent C++ | fluentcpp.com
C++ STL's std::for_each algorithms applies a function to a whole sequence of elements. Here is how to make it stop after a condition is true on an element.
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Article Jonathan Boccara CPP Feb 18, 2020 1  
C++ pitfalls hard to avoid that are elegantly managed in Rust - help - The Rust Programming Language Forum | users.rust-lang.org
Hi, A friend of mine asked me if I can show some examples of C++ coding pitfall that are hard (using nasty or overcomplicated code) to avoid in a proper/elegant way in C++ that are natively and elegantly checked and avo…
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Article Rust Forum Rust Feb 16, 2020 1  
Why is Rust the Most Loved Programming Language? | matklad.github.io
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Article Aleksey Kladov Rust Feb 15, 2020 1  
Remote work part 3 | ncameron.org
This is the third (and last, for now) post in a series on remote work. Previous posts discussed some basics for remote work and communication. In this post I'll talk a bit about some of the practicalities, specifically around work/life balance. When working remotely there is nobody to keep
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Article Nick Cameron Rust Feb 14, 2020 1  
How to Make for_each Stop After N Elements - Fluent C++ | fluentcpp.com
To apply a function on the first N elements of a collection, the STL offers for_each_n. But we see more modern techniques that you should use instead.
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Article Jonathan Boccara CPP Feb 14, 2020 1  
Remote work part 2 | ncameron.org
In my last post I talked a bit about some general issues with remote work. In this post I am going to focus on communication - probably the most important thing for remote workers to master. I am personally still working on this stuff - I'm a bit shy and
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Article Nick Cameron Rust Feb 13, 2020 1  
Asynchronous Destructors - Rust Internals | internals.rust-lang.org
Notes on an API for async drop:
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Article Rust Forum Rust Feb 12, 2020 1  
Firefox 73 is upon us - Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog | hacks.mozilla.org
Today we’ve released Firefox 73, with useful additions that include CSS and JavaScript updates, and numerous DevTools improvements. We’ve added to CSS logical properties, pushed performance forward in the Console ...
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Article Mozilla Web Feb 12, 2020 1  
Remote work part 1 | ncameron.org
I've been working remotely (in various ways and at various companies) for nearly ten years. I love working remotely, I am happier and more productive. However, it takes some adjustment and it's not for everyone. Given that we are currently seeing the world's largest ever experiment in remote working, I
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Article Nick Cameron Rust Feb 12, 2020 1  
Reverse For Loops in C++ - Fluent C++ | fluentcpp.com
Here are several ways, in C++20 and before, to iterate over a C++ collection in reverse order, with expressive code.
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Article Jonathan Boccara CPP Feb 11, 2020 1  
[Pre-RFC]: Safe Transmute - language design - Rust Internals | internals.rust-lang.org
ATTENTION: This has been superseded by version 2 of the proposal. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I've been working with Josh Triplett on a design for safe tr…
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Article Rust Forum Rust Feb 11, 2020 1  
最终,我们放弃了GO,迁移至Rust,特性使然-InfoQ | infoq.cn
本文阐述了 Discord 从 Go 切换至 Rust 的深层原因,并分析了在内存管理中 Go 面临的一些固有问题,作者同时对比了 Go 和 Rust 在 Discord Read States 服务中的性能。
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Translate Jesse Howarth Rust Feb 10, 2020 1  
New sysinfo release: time to extend APIs | blog.guillaume-gomez.fr
tuto articles
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Article Guillaume Gomez Rust Feb 09, 2020 1  
Scaling back my involvement in Rust - Rust Internals | internals.rust-lang.org
I'd like to give the folks in the Rust project a heads up that I'm going to be scaling back my involvement in the day-to-day of Rust. I'm not going anywhere in the near future, but after doing some internal reflection I …
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Article Rust Forum Rust Feb 08, 2020 1  
"Edit this file on GitHub" | fnordig.de
Personal website of Jan-Erik Rediger
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Article Jan-Erik Rediger Rust Feb 07, 2020 1  
It's the Boot for TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 - Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog | hacks.mozilla.org
The Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol is the de facto means for establishing security on the Web. The newest version, TLS 1.3, improves efficiency and remedies the flaws and weaknesses ...
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Article Mozilla Web Feb 07, 2020 1  
Various Ways of Applying a Function to the Elements of a Collection in C++ - Fluent C++ | fluentcpp.com
The transform adaptor is a very useful component, but is rarely available in C++ configs today. Here is how to emulate its usage.
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Article Jonathan Boccara CPP Feb 07, 2020 1  
This Week in Glean: Cargo features - an investigation | fnordig.de
Personal website of Jan-Erik Rediger
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Article Jan-Erik Rediger Rust Feb 07, 2020 1  
Rust is a nightmare to learn coming from Java - community - The Rust Programming Language Forum | users.rust-lang.org
& * 'a &'a Box || macro! mod crate extern crate #[...] String vs &str &self unwrap expect ? Rc Arc I was so happy and excited with my first println!("hello") program but more and more things get complex till a point i t…
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Article Rust Forum Rust Feb 06, 2020 1  
Why don't we call Rust Behavior-Oriented Programming - community - The Rust Programming Language Forum | users.rust-lang.org
Hi all, from time to time topics like 'Why is Rust so bad at OOP?', 'Why doesn't Rust support feature X from OOP-language Y?' and so on turn up on in this forum. I think most of you know what I'm talking about. In those…
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Article Rust Forum Rust Feb 06, 2020 1  
My Interview on Software Engineering Radio - Fluent C++ | fluentcpp.com
I was on Software Engineering Radio to talk about working with and understanding legacy code!
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Article Jonathan Boccara CPP Feb 04, 2020 1  
2020 roadmap post - Rust Internals | internals.rust-lang.org
Feedback appreciated.
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Article Rust Forum Rust Feb 04, 2020 1  
Rust Embedded Working Group | rust-embedded.github.io
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Article Embedded Rust Rust Feb 02, 2020 1  
Rust should have a big standard library and here's why - community - The Rust Programming Language Forum | users.rust-lang.org
Rust has a high quality standard library but the mentality with a lot of Rust developers is that only certain certain things should be in the standard library because of how easy adding dependencies is, a big standard li…
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Article Rust Forum Rust Feb 02, 2020 1  
Next steps for pkg.go.dev - The Go Blog | blog.golang.org
Go is an open source programming language that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software.
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Article Go Team Go Feb 01, 2020 1  
How to Combine Functions with Logical Operators in C++ - Fluent C++ | fluentcpp.com
Combining several functions in C++ requires to use a lambda at best. This article shows 4 ways to combine functions with the help of generic components.
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Article Jonathan Boccara CPP Jan 31, 2020 1  
Proposals for Go 1.15 - The Go Blog | blog.golang.org
Go is an open source programming language that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software.
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Article Go Team Go Jan 29, 2020 1  
How to Short-Circuit a Sequence of Operations with a Boolean Value - Fluent C++ | fluentcpp.com
This article shows how to short-circuit code in C++ and to use the right operators so that the code doesn't have a unexepcted behaviour.
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Article Jonathan Boccara CPP Jan 28, 2020 1  
Mikado Refactoring with C++ Feature Macros - Fluent C++ | fluentcpp.com
The Mikado method is a powerful technique to achive large refactoring in safe steps. Here is a simple technique to use it in your C++ code.
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Article Jonathan Boccara CPP Jan 24, 2020 1  
Idea: expose Linux raw syscall interface in std::os::linux - libs - Rust Internals | internals.rust-lang.org
I think it may be useful to expose raw syscall interface for Linux. Right now to use syscall functionality your either have to go via libc wrappers, which in turn forces us to use "broken" errno (it's quite funny how sys…
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Article Rust Forum Rust Jan 24, 2020 1  
Letter of Support for Actix - community - The Rust Programming Language Forum | users.rust-lang.org
Hey some of us in the community wrote a letter of support for Nikolay Kim, the maintainer of Actix. We're not looking to discuss the events, just if anyone else thinks what happened sucks and wanted to show support.
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Article Rust Forum Rust Jan 23, 2020 1  
The Mozilla Developer Roadshow: Asia Tour Retrospective and 2020 Plans - Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog | hacks.mozilla.org
November 2019 was a busy month for the Mozilla Developer Roadshow, with stops in five Asian cities —Tokyo, Seoul, Taipei, Singapore, and Bangkok. Today, we’re releasing a playlist of the ...
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Article Mozilla Web Jan 22, 2020 1  
Why semicolons? - community - The Rust Programming Language Forum | users.rust-lang.org
Many modern programming languages don’t require semicolons to delimit statements, I wonder - why does Rust? I know that Rust’s syntax is already significantly better than systems languages than other systems languages t…
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Article Rust Forum Rust Jan 22, 2020 1  
Rockstool Interview - Fluent C++ | fluentcpp.com
Rockstool interviewed me to know more about my story.
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Article Jonathan Boccara CPP Jan 21, 2020 1  
How to Define A Variadic Number of Arguments of the Same Type - Part 4 - Fluent C++ | fluentcpp.com
Sometimes, defining a variadic template with all arguments of the same types mess with overload resolution. Here is a library to fix this.
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Article Jonathan Boccara CPP Jan 17, 2020 1  
No Raw For Loops: Assigning to a Data Member - Fluent C++ | fluentcpp.com
When a for loop assigns to a data member of the elements in a collection, we can't replace it with an STL algorithm. Here are alternatives, ranges and pipes
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Article Jonathan Boccara CPP Jan 17, 2020 1  

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