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Welcome once again to the official /r/rust Who's Hiring thread!
As a little unofficial side project of mine, I spent a couple of evenings rewriting a tiny image processing library into different languages to both learn more about those languages and to see if it's worth proposing a rewrite of some bigger libraries (that need refactoring anyway) into a different language. Currently all in C. I can't share the source code (it's an in-house library) but I thought I'd share the results of the evaluation.
Am I the only one who feels that Rust has taken a very risky direction regarding runtimes? For instance, when my whole app is built using tokio runtime, that means I exclude tons of libraries that are built on top of async-std.
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I'm proud to announce cargo-cache 0.5.0!
Hey, folks. I just dropped the newest episode of my Software Engineering podcast, The Virtual World. Some of you may have caught the most recent episode where I interviewed Steve Klabnik. This episode is a similar format featuring Alex Crichton from Mozilla. He's been working directly on Rust and the Web Assembly tooling for almost 6 years.