During the RustFest 2018 in Rome, Aaron Turon said something that stuck with me, which was that Rust is actually about empowering developers. Personally I think this is a very profound thought, that the goal of a programming language is to help others to do and achieve things they never thought possible.
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:
Interaction between technology is great! While giving developers from either language the chance to tap into a potentially larger and - in other areas maybe? - useful technology. These interactions have to be explored to know their limits and where they excel.
What do you think about serverless? Is it the best thing ever - or just another terrible idea? Regardless if you love or hate the term or technology, I think universal access to it is critical. And since Rust is fast, safe, and simply awesome I’ll give that a try!
Since I started at Microsoft about 6 months ago, I had to catch up on their (our) tech: Azure, .NET, Visual Studio. Yet as an avid GitHub user I overlooked one thing completely: Visual Studio Team Services! Turns out it’s quite the hidden gem and after a colleague showed me some of its power, I had to look into it more deeply. Turns out it’s an easy and free resource for any project. Can it help your project? Yes! How? Find out below 😊