The Crust of Rust mini session on lifetimes seems to have been helpful, so let's do more! I'll cover declarative macros (macro_rules!) on Wed at 8:30p UTC (https://everytimezone.com/s/2761f055). As before, it'll assume you have some #rustlang
experience already, but anyone is welcome ❤️ 🥧 Just like always, the stream will be live on https://youtube.com/c/JonGjengset/live on https://twitch.tv/jonhoo, and I'll upload it to YouTube after :)
The recording of my first #rustlang mini session is now up! We covered lifetime annotations through a real code example, and people seemed to follow along and understand why the lifetimes were needed and how they worked 🎉 Watch it at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rAl-9HwD858&list=PLqbS7AVVErFiWDOAVrPt7aYmnuuOLYvOa.
In about 6 hours, I'll do a shorter and more beginner-friendly #rustlang stream on multiple lifetimes, strings, and some generics. As usual, the stream will be live on https://twitch.tv/jonhoo and https://youtube.com/c/JonGjengset/live, and I'll upload it afterwards. While it'll be *more* beginner-friendly than my usual streams, it won't be *introductory*. I'll assume that you've read the Rust book, and that you have written some Rust code. But as always, anyone is welcome, so stop by even if just to say hi ❤️
Recording of the Noria stream is up! I think it went well — people seemed to follow the system design and the bug we ended up partially fixing, even though it was quite technical! If you're stuck at home and craving some research-y #rustlang, give it a try: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kiMUI0y91YI. You can find the project website with code, papers, and other related material at https://github.com/mit-pdos/noria
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