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Welcome to another exciting edition of our weekly newsletter, where we bring you the latest and greatest in the world of technology and beyond. We've got a fantastic lineup of articles, resources, and tools to share with you this week, so let's dive right in!
Calling all Pythonistas with a need for speed! 🐍⚡️ We've got just the thing for you. Check out this extremely fast Python linter and code formatter written in Rust. It's sleek, it's efficient, and it'll have your Python code looking super sharp and performant. Rust and Python teaming up? Talk about a dynamic duo!
Time-series enthusiasts, this one's for you! 📈🕰 Get ready to take a deep dive into the brand new time-series storage engine called Mito. In this comprehensive article, we uncover all the nitty-gritty details and features that make Mito a game-changer in the realm of time-series data. Trust us, you won't want to miss out on this exciting exploration.
Attention all web developers and wasm enthusiasts! 🌐✨ We've got just the runtime for you. Introducing the leading WebAssembly Runtime, that not only supports WASIX and WASI, but also Emscripten. It's like having a ticket to the future of web development! Don't miss your chance to check out this state-of-the-art runtime.
Hey Rustaceans! 🦀🔥 We know you love all things Rust, so we've put together a curated list of Rust code and resources just for you. Whether you're a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this list is jam-packed with everything you need to take your Rust game to the next level. So come on over and explore this treasure trove of Rust goodies.
Last but not least, let's talk about queues in Rust! 🔄🦀 Whether you're enqueuing or dequeuing, we've got you covered. Check out this handy guide that walks you through the ins and outs of working with queues in Rust. It's everything you need to know and more, right at your fingertips. So click right here to learn all about enqueueing and dequeuing in Rust.
That wraps up this week's newsletter, folks! We hope you've enjoyed the thrilling content we've prepared for you and that it ignites your curiosity and passion for all things tech. Stay tuned for more fascinating articles, useful resources, and handy tools in the weeks to come.
Until next time, happy reading and happy coding! 📚💻
Our Article Picks
- Martin PAUCOT: Roll your own auth with Rust and Protobuf
- Leandro Proença: Understanding the basics of Smart Pointers in Rust
- Greptime: A Comprehensive Dive into the New Time-Series Storage Engine - Mito
- UponTheSky: [Rust] What I've learned from reading "The Book" over the last 10 months
- Nicolas Frankel: Feedback from calling Rust from Python
- Dmitry Miasnenko: sero - self hosted surge.sh analog
- Benjamen Pyle: Consuming an SQS Event with Lambda and Rust
- Mateo: Let's build a Dynamic Calculator! 📟
- Mateo: Queues in rust: enqueue and dequeue 👉
- Mateo: How to get the F1, F2, F3 ... keys in Rust ? 💬
- Omar Hiari: Edge IoT with Rust on ESP: NTP
- Mateo: Logic of a menu greater than 2 options in rust 🧠
- Ramin Farajpour Cami: How to rust binding for libFuzzer
- MD Taseen Khan: Use Rust in your React
- Confidence Okoghenun: Rust Memory Management: Borrowing, References, And The Borrow Checker
Our Repo Picks
- juspay/hyperswitch (Rust): An open source payments switch written in Rust to make payments fast, reliable and affordable
- astral-sh/ruff (Rust): An extremely fast Python linter and code formatter, written in Rust.
- typst/typst (Rust): A new markup-based typesetting system that is powerful and easy to learn.
- helix-editor/helix (Rust): A post-modern modal text editor.
- lapce/lapce (Rust): Lightning-fast and Powerful Code Editor written in Rust
- cube-js/cube (Rust): 📊 Cube — The Semantic Layer for Building Data Applications
- delta-io/delta-rs (Rust): A native Rust library for Delta Lake, with bindings into Python
- rust-unofficial/awesome-rust (Rust): A curated list of Rust code and resources.
- AleoHQ/snarkOS (Rust): A Decentralized Operating System for ZK Applications
- burn-rs/burn (Rust): Burn - A Flexible and Comprehensive Deep Learning Framework in Rust
- ankitects/anki (Rust): Anki's shared backend and web components, and the Qt frontend
- wasmerio/wasmer (Rust): 🚀 The leading WebAssembly Runtime supporting WASIX, WASI and Emscripten
- gfx-rs/wgpu (Rust): Cross-platform, safe, pure-rust graphics api.
- AleoHQ/snarkVM (Rust): A Virtual Machine for Zero-Knowledge Executions
- eza-community/eza (Rust): A modern, maintained replacement for ls
- tokio-rs/tracing (Rust): Application level tracing for Rust.
- starkware-libs/cairo (Rust): Cairo is the first Turing-complete language for creating provable programs for general computation.
- DioxusLabs/dioxus (Rust): Fullstack GUI library for desktop, web, mobile, and more.
- neondatabase/neon (Rust): Neon: Serverless Postgres. We separated storage and compute to offer autoscaling, branching, and bottomless storage.
- shadowsocks/shadowsocks-rust (Rust): A Rust port of shadowsocks
- foundry-rs/foundry (Rust): Foundry is a blazing fast, portable and modular toolkit for Ethereum application development written in Rust.
- atuinsh/atuin (Rust): ✨ Magical shell history
- web-infra-dev/rspack (Rust): A fast Rust-based web bundler 🦀️
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