Early Impressions of Go from a Rust Programmer

Nick Cameron is a long-time Rust programmer who has recently started using Go. In this post, he talks about his early impressions of Go. Read this post to learn more. Read more

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Rust to WebAssembly, Made Easy

Compiling Rust to WebAssembly is still difficult. On macOS, there are weird bugs that require reinstalling LLVM and moving files around. On Linux, the official Emscripten binary in many cases isn’t bundled with the right LLVM, and the fix is to compile fr... (more…)

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Five years with Rust

Today is five years since I first heard of Rust. I wrote a post last year about it. This year, I have something slightly different in mind. Five years is a long time in tech. It’s also a long time for me to be focused on one specific thing; other... | Ste... (more…)

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