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Allen Wyma talks with Ben Striegel, a member of Rust’s official community outreach team, about the history of Rust.
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- [@1:56] - What got Ben first interested in Rust?
- [@3:03] - How Ben got involved
- [@9:36] - Rust 1.0
- [@16:21] - What does move mean?
- [@17:36] - The Borrow Checker
- [@20:04] - What language was the Rust compiler first written in?
- [@25:04] - Choosing LLVM over GCC
- [@33:28] - 2 ways to target Windows
- [@34:39] - libc and musl
- [@36:22] - Rust Editions
- [@46:46] - Does Rust have a small standard library?
- [@54:18] - Why TOML? TOML vs YAML
- [@58:53] - “Tree shaking” in Rust?
- [@01:00:48] - Who created Cargo?
- [@01:02:26] - Rust’s milestones
- [@01:07:42] - Mozilla 2020 layoffs
- [@01:12:33] - Will Rust stay open-source?
- [01:18:10] - Future of Rust
- [01:24:48] - Who decides what changes make it into Rust?
Intro Theme: Aerocity
Audio Editing: Plangora
Hosting Infrastructure: Jon Gjengset
Show Notes: Plangora
Hosts: Allen Wyma