Rust is more than safety

Rust is most well-known for its features around writing low-level code in a safer way than its predecessors. But it’s also a lot more than that. The Rust community is slowly evolving the way that we talk about Rust to people who haven’t yet given… |…


Using Rust in Windows

As a Rust user, I was discouraged by not having all the good tips for using Rust in Windows in one place. This is an attempt to just that. If you have more tips tweet them to @jntrnr, and I’ll try to add them here. (more…)

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A Type Safety Hole in Unsafe Rust

There seems to be a widespread belief among Rust programmers that bypassing the borrow checker does not completely compromise type safety. This article attempts to show the converse, that lifetime checks are absolutely essential for type safety, even if ... (more…)

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