TLWI Rust #110

Welcome to our weekly newsletter, where we dive into the exciting world of tech and bring you the latest updates! This week, we have an incredible set of resources lined up for you. Whether you're a code wizard, a Docker enthusiast, or an Ethereum aficionado, there's something here for everyone. So grab your coffee and let's get started!

First up, we have Part-0 The Plan. If you're someone who likes to stay organized and on top of things, this resource is for you. Here, you'll find a comprehensive guide to planning out your projects and tasks in a structured manner. This way, you can stay on track and avoid getting overwhelmed. Simple yet effective, Part-0 The Plan is a must-read for anyone looking to up their productivity game.

Next on our list, we have Rust + Docker: Easy packaging of your applications. If you've been in the tech world for a while, you're probably familiar with both Rust and Docker. However, have you ever considered using them together? This comprehensive guide explores how you can leverage the power of Rust and Docker to package and deploy your applications with ease. Whether you're a seasoned pro or new to the game, Rust + Docker is definitely worth a read.

Moving on, we have something for all the code gurus out there - Code examples, data structures, and links from my book, Rust Atomics and Locks. This resource is jam-packed with practical examples, useful data structures, and informative links that are sure to help you take your coding skills to the next level. Whether you're a beginner or an expert, you're sure to find something valuable in Rust Atomics and Locks.

If you've ever encountered the dreaded "error: linker cc not found" on Alpine Linux 3.17 (Rust 1.66), we have just the resource for you. Fix rustup failed with "error: linker cc not found" on Alpine Linux 3.17 (Rust 1.66) dives deep into this error and provides you with step-by-step instructions on how to fix it. So, bid farewell to this annoying error and get back to coding in no time!

Last but not least, we have an exciting resource for all the Ethereum enthusiasts out there - zkSync: trustless scaling and privacy engine for Ethereum. If you're interested in blockchain technology, chances are you've heard of Ethereum. However, have you heard of zkSync? This cutting-edge platform is designed to provide trustless scaling and privacy for Ethereum transactions, making it a game-changer for the world of blockchain. So, make sure to give it a read and stay ahead of the curve.

That's all for this week, folks! We hope you found these resources helpful and informative. Stay tuned for more exciting updates in our next newsletter.


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