Rust’s Most Unrecognized Contributor

I think the Rust language is a big success.
When I think back on it I am in awe:
so much had to go right to get where we are,
and there were so many opportunities to go wrong.
It took many tiny miracles for the Rust language to become what it has.
Those m… Read more

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