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RustFest Global 2020 - APAC
With the recent advances in Webassembly and Rust toolchains that support it are making it possible to develop web frontend applications with rust alone. In this talk, I'll report on the current state of front-end web development with Rust and discuss future directions for more realistic situation.
Selecting a programming language has far-reaching implications for any development team, affecting everything from new employee training to system architecture...
Learning new things is hard, especially if it's a new language ecosystem. This talk aims to help beginners in getting started with Rust, without having to do it the hard way. We will try to cover important, foundational tools and concepts spanning from Installation all the way to debugging.
Let's peek under the hood of serialization formats and see how properties inherent to the data representations themselves will either help or hinder us for a given problem.
Learn what to consider when writing your own formats by looking inside some of the best.
This talk introducs a high-performance open source SQL query engine written in Rust and its friend C, from scratch.
Dahlia Fae is an audio/video media artist. She produces music & visual art with themes of intense emotions, identity, spirituality, & of the LGBT+ experience.
Jay Weeks is a new-media artist & coder. He creates interactive web-based media with themes of exploration, play, & discovery.
RustFest Global 2020 - UTC
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Lowering the barrier for new Rust developers or library users is something I have always been passionate about. I believe that with WebAssembly and new compiler tools we can - and should - achieve better and easier explanations of complex concepts in our demos, code snippets, and documentation.
Let's discover how to adapt an easy, popular and beloved Arduino project to Rust! The obstacle avoiding robot is perfect to discover no-std Rust and make a cute robot to play with.
The Rust philosophy is to use the type system to catch program design flaws at compile time. We aim to do the same for network protocols: we generate a typed model of protocol data, from which we can automatically generate protocol parsers in Rust, and can use these to validate the protocol design.
TerminusDB (open source versioned collaboration database) is a small polyglot software house that switched from C++. The change has enabled big improvements in speed and reduction in hunting for hard-to-find re-entrance, locking and memory safety issues which used to plague us.
Art is a search process. When we create something, we mentally navigate a space of possibilities, searching for an artistic solution to evoking a desired sensation. In this talk I will walk you through an example of translating artistic search into code, a computational drawing algorithm.
Do you want to write unsafe Rust but don't know how to check its soundness? Do you suspect that your program has Undefined Behavior but you have no way to test it? Are you looking for a cool Rust-related project to contribute to? Then this talk is for you.
asm!() directives and empty functions, this talk will show how we can circumvent LLVM's optimizations, and make our binaries secure again.
However, these tricks are ugly and unsupported on the stable channel.
We need something bigger to solve this issue. We need secret types.
Live coding music session using Sonic Pi.
We have landed on Titan, largest moon of Saturn, on the shore of a methane lake that stretches into the distance, disappearing into the orange haze. Large drops of liquid methane begin to fall and send slow ripples across the surface as our tiny sun sets.
RustFest Global 2020 - LATAM
I'm Carlo Gilmar a proud software developer and graphic recorder based on Mexico City. I'm the founder of Visual Partnership, from this I'm researching about how to learn software and computer science with Visual Thinking,
When learning Rust, it is tempting to use advanced features and crates right away. But this can be overwhelming and lead to frustration. In this talk, you will get hints on how to learn Rust step by step, using a careful, structured approach and some confident humility.
Ochre is a Rust library for vector graphics and text rendering which is structured to take advantage of the performance strengths of GPUs while remaining portable to diverse situations, including older hardware, laptops, mobile devices, and WebGL.
How are Rust’s best-in-class error messages constructed? To figure that out, we’ll be digging through parts of rustc to uncover tidbits of this process. We’ll also take a high-level look at how some other programming languages construct error messages to compare and contrast these approaches.
This talk is about how Rust can help you write fast, correct scientific software. We'll investigate what makes Rust a viable alternative to the the conventional choices of Python and C++ but will also take a look at the challenges and potential downsides of choosing Rust for your next project.
In the past two months we have been collaborating to revive a flawed project through effective planning, refactoring, and documention. In this talk we will go over the important points that made our collaboration and revival of this project a success.
My simple embedded Rust code was broken, and I couldn't figure out why. Let me walk you through what I did to find & fix a bug in the compiler. We'll take a whirlwind tour, pausing at each step for a gentle introduction to the tools and ideas, until we finally learn to speak directly to the machine.
Rust is a notably hard language to learn, but its safety guarantees teach valuable skills that can be applied across the industry. Is it possible for college programs to teach Rust to freshman to instill these skills in their students?
Linalab && !ME are Lina Bautista and Diego Suárez, two artists who crossed their paths for continuing their explorations about the analogic and manual side of both music and image.