Tokio internals: Understanding Rust’s asynchronous I/O framework, bottom up

Tokio is a Rust framework for developing
applications which perform asynchronous I/O — an event-driven
approach that can often achieve better scalability, performance, and
resource usage than conventional synchronous I/O. Unfortunately, Tokio
is notorio… Read more


Writing a Seqlock in Rust

A seqlock — or “sequence lock” — is an optimized implementation of a reader-writer lock. In a seqlock “the data can be ‘protected’ by a sequence number. The sequence number starts at zero, and is incremented before and after writing the object. Each reade... (more…)

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