Rust’s language ergonomics initiative

To help bring our 2017 vision for Rust to fruition, the Rust subteams are
launching initiatives targeted at specific roadmap goals. This post covers the
language team’s major initiative: improving the ergonomics of the core
language. The aim is to improve… Read more

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