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hpr3369 :: Linux Inlaws S01E33: The Return of the Rust

A show with Steve Klabnik on corroded metal, hipster programming languages and the analogue world

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Hosted by monochromec on 2021-07-01 is flagged as Explicit and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: Rust, actix, unsafe code, bulleted lists, pubs, OpenSearch.
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Part of the series: Linux Inlaws

This is Linux Inlaws, a series on free and open source software, black humour, the revolution and freedom in general (this includes ideas and software) and generally having fun.

In this episode - aptly named "The return of the Rust" our two heroes host a very special guest: no other than Steve Klabnik of Rust fame himself. Needless to say, this hipster programming language which is on everbody's mind at the moment (apart maybe from a few lost souls still crying over spilled coffee) plays a very important role in this show in addition to the newly founded Rust Foundation hosting such eclectic members such as Microsoft, Mozilla, Google and Facebook just to name a few looking after the language.

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Comment #1 posted on 2021-07-01T21:00:21Z by Kevin O'Brien

I loved the show

I found this discussion fascinating. I also noted that Linus had mentioned the possibility of using Rust for the Linux kernel, and that is not something you hear every day. If some talented programmer out in HPR land wanted to do a series on programming in Rust, I think it would be a big hit.

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