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I have been working on a little rust project lately (more on that some time later). For this I have been using Emacs with rust-mode, flycheck-rust, racer-mode and cargo-mode (see my config). This setup already works quite nicely with all the nice IDE-like… Read more

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Itay is a developer and a researcher who's passionate about solving low-level challenges. He loves to tinker with electronics, to optimize his Emacs config, and to learn new technologies.

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