Humans love stories! In fact, stories of some kind have been a large part of how we retained knowledge across generations - making us successful as groups. Our brains are constructed in a way that we remember things better when they are presented as a plot with characters, places, and relationships. In fact there is a memorization technique that focusses on us doing things in familiar places to recall those things. Telling a good story is powerful and if I can help a reader solve a particular…
Welcome to the wonderful world of Rust … or to be more specific it’s about Rust and
It is time machines learned something and helped humanity - don’t you think? There are ways to teach them though. We’ll be talking about:
Can one project make a difference? Does code change anything? In a world that increasingly blends virtual and real worlds together, I believe it does. Especially looking at recent events and how their ethical virtual missteps considerably impacted the real world!
With Microsoft I get to travel to interesting places and events around the world - and I get to work with companies to solve whatever they think accelerates their business the most. This time, we invited several companies to work with assigned Microsoft software engineers over several days focussing on two things: