Hey there, fellow Rust enthusiasts! 🦀

Welcome to this week's jam-packed edition of our newsletter, where we'll be diving into all things Rust and uncovering some exciting developments. So grab your favorite beverage, settle into a cozy chair, and let's get started!

First up, we have an incredible collection of high-performance, well-tested & documented core libraries for Ethereum, all written in Rust. If you're interested in blockchain development or simply want to explore this fascinating technology, you don't want to miss out on these gems. Check them out here and get ready to level up your Ethereum game!

Next on our Rusty adventure, we'll be taking a deep dive into the Rust package manager. Yes, you heard it right - cargo! 🚀 Whether you're a seasoned Rustacean or just starting your journey, this tool is an absolute game-changer. Get all the juicy details and unleash the power of cargo here. Trust us, you won't be disappointed!

Now, prepare to have your mind blown by the awe-inspiring world of numbers. 🤯 We're talking about computing the 10,000th Fibonacci number in less than a second! Curious to unveil the secrets behind these giant numbers and build your own BigInt? Look no further! Click here to embark on this mathematical adventure and prepare to be amazed.

Moving on, we have something special for you - a Rust course used by the Android team at Google. 🤖📱 Imagine having the material to dive into Rust with the same resources used by tech giants! Whether you're interested in mobile development or just want to broaden your horizons, this course is an incredible opportunity. Start your Rust journey with Google's blessings here!

Last but certainly not least, it's time for some community action. 🙌 We're thrilled to announce the upcoming election for new project directors! This is a chance for you to make your voice heard and shape the future of the Rust ecosystem. So mark your calendars, rally your Rusty comrades, and get ready for democracy in action. Find out all the details on how you can get involved [here](** - Aug. 30).

That's it for this week's newsletter, folks! We hope you found these links as exciting and enlightening as we did. Remember, Rust is all about exploration, learning, and building amazing things together. So keep being awesome, keep being curious, and we'll catch you in the next edition. Happy coding! 🎉


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