Welcome back readers! This week, we're bringing you a mix of tech news and resources that is sure to get you excited. Let's get started!

First up, did you catch the RustConf keynote? If not, you definitely want to check it out. [The keynote](** - May 29) was packed with exciting updates, including new features and improvements in the language that are sure to make your next project in Rust even more efficient and reliable.

If you're looking to get serious about Rust, we've got just the thing for you. Our curated list of Rust code and resources is a great place to start. This list is chock-full of tutorials, libraries, and other tools that will help you learn the language and become a more proficient Rust developer. Bookmark it now!

Next up, have you heard of Turbopack and Turborepo? These are two of the tools built as part of an incremental bundler and build system optimized for JavaScript and TypeScript, written in Rust. Check out this project if you're interested in finding out how Rust can help optimize your web app builds and make your site faster and more efficient.

For those of you who are interested in WebAssembly, we've got just the thing. This is the leading WebAssembly Runtime that supports both WASI and Emscripten, making it the go-to option for executing code in the browser. Check it out and see what kind of cool things you can create with it.

Finally, we have an interesting read for you. While we often think of technology as constantly improving, sometimes it's useful to take a step back and consider the evolution and obsolescence of technology. This piece explores the innovation that happens when tools are forgotten, and how we can build on what came before to keep moving forward. Take a break from your coding to check it out - you won't regret it.

That's it for this week's newsletter. We hope you found these links interesting and useful. Make sure to tune in next week for more tech news and resources!


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