TLWI Rust #111

Hey there, lovely readers! It's that time of the week again - the past few days have flown by and we're ready to drop some more exciting tech news in your inbox!

This week, we're pleased to shine a spotlight on some pretty snazzy developments. First up, we're thrilled about the Virtual Machine Monitor for modern Cloud workloads. This bad boy is jam-packed with features to make your cloud experience as smooth as silk. Trust us, you won't want to miss out on this one!

Next, we present to you the Music Player - a high-performance, extensible application for digital audio playback. Whether you're studying, doing some exercise, or just vibin' out, this music player is perfect for those of us who need a beat in our lives.

If the music isn't enough to get you feeling hyped, then we have some news that'll have you blasting off! This week, we introduce a configurable, high-performance routing runtime for Apollo Federation! ๐Ÿš€ This runtime is sure to take your application to new heights!

For all our OpenBSD users, we are delighted to announce that Lemmy Server 0.16.7 is now available to install! Trust us when we say that this is the upgrade that you didn't know you needed - but absolutely must have.

Last but certainly not least, we bring you a GPU-accelerated, cross-platform terminal emulator and multiplexer! And the best part? It was written by @wez and implemented in Rust. Now, we know you're dying to check it out - so don't hesitate to hit that link and be blown away by the incredible functionality this terminal has to offer!

As always, we're ecstatic to share these developments with you all. So grab a coffee, settle in, and prepare to get excited! Here's to geeking out about tech together! ๐Ÿค“


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