TLWI Rust #114

Hello and welcome to this week's newsletter! We have a bunch of exciting things to share with you, so let's get started!

First up, have you heard about ๐Ÿš an async & dynamic ORM for Rust? If you're a developer who loves Rust, you definitely don't want to miss this one. This ORM is designed to help you manage your database with ease and efficiency, so you can focus on building awesome applications.

Next, we have some news for network monitoring enthusiasts: Sniffnet has just released version 1.1.0 and it's packed with awesome new features! Whether you're a security pro, a systems admin, or just someone who likes to keep an eye on their network traffic, Sniffnet is definitely worth checking out.

If you're searching for a powerful, flexible, and scalable way to manage your Postgres databases, look no further than Neon. With bottomless storage, branching, and autoscaling, Neon has everything you need to take your database management to the next level.

Moving on, we have a thought-provoking article to share with you: Generically Bloated. If you've ever pondered the meaning of "bloatware" or wondered why some software seems to take up a ridiculous amount of space, this article is definitely for you.

Finally, we're excited to share with you a new distributed systems runtime daemon written in Rust: Designed to help you build robust, scalable, and fault-tolerant distributed systems, this daemon is a game changer for developers who are serious about building fast, reliable software.

That's all for this week's newsletter! We hope you found something here that piqued your interest. Be sure to stay tuned for more exciting updates on the latest trends and developments in software and technology!


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