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- 🎈🎉 Announcing Rust 1.36.0. 🎉🎈
- Async-await status report #2.
- Writing an OS in Rust: Updates in June 2019.
- Method for emulating higher-kinded types in Rust.
- Speedy desktop apps with GTK and Rust.
- Safer, simpler embedded Rust with Apache Mynewt.
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- js_int: Add a feature that adds a kind method to ParseIntError.
- js_int: Implement
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237 pull requests were merged in the last week
- Stabilize support for Profile-guided Optimization (Hooray!)
- Break out of the correct number of scopes in loops
- Improve error span for async type inference error
- Generalize impl trait to permit multiple lifetime bounds
- Support stability and deprecation checking for all macros
DoubleEndedIterator::next_backfor some libcore types
uninitialized} in terms of
- Only call the closure parameter of
Iterator::is_sorted_by_keyonce per item
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- [disposition: merge] Tracking issue for the
castmethod of raw pointers.
- [disposition: merge] Stabilize todo macro.
- [disposition: merge] Add
impl<T> FromIterator<T> for Arc/Rc<[T]>.
- Jun 17. Munich, DE - Rust Munich - Rust Mini Unconference V2.
- Jul 18. Turin, IT - Mozilla Torino - Gruppo di studio Rust.
- Jul 24. Berlin, DE - OpenTechSchool Berlin - Rust Hack and Learn.
- Jul 11. Columbus, OH, US - Columbus Rust Society - Monthly Meeting.
- Jul 11. San Diego, CA, US - San Diego Rust July Meetup.
- Jul 17. San Francisco, CA, US - Rust in Blockchain San Francisco - In Rust We Trust.
- Jul 17. Portland, OR, US - PDXRust - PDX Rust Hack Night (not the usual meetup).
- Jul 24. Mexico City, MX - Rust MX - Reunión Julio: Rust y Big data.
- Jun 24. Durham, NC, US - Triangle Rustaceans - Project Night & Lightning Talks.
- Backend Engineer at Bitski, San Francisco, US.
- Blockchain Runtime Engineer at Parity, Berlin, DE or remote.
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Are we trying to steal the JVM’s “compile once run everywhere” concept?
No, we just borrow it mutably.
Thanks to Will Page for the suggestion!