TLWI Rust #59
Welcome to this week's exciting edition of our newsletter! We've got a bunch of new and interesting links to share with you, so sit back, relax, and let's dive in!
First up, if you're a big fan of VPNs and proxy servers, you'll definitely want to check out this Rust port of shadowsocks. It's a fast and secure tool for bypassing internet censorship and accessing blocked websites. Plus, since it's written in Rust, you know it's going to be reliable and efficient.
If you're into coding and development, you may be familiar with the frustration of trying to set up a workspace with all the necessary tools and utilities. That's where this terminal workspace with batteries included comes in. It's a comprehensive tool that includes everything you need to get started with Rust development – from code editors to database clients and more.
Are you an Actix fan? If so, you won't want to miss this little modification of Actix with a large afford. It's a simple but powerful tweak that can help you streamline your Actix applications and make them more efficient and reliable.
Of course, we can't forget to give a shoutout to the Rust community for all their hard work and dedication. Rust 2021 celebration and thanks is a great way to show your appreciation and get involved in the community. From code contributions to advocacy efforts, there are plenty of ways to support this amazing language.
Last but not least, if you've ever used the GNU coreutils, you'll be happy to know that there's now a cross-platform Rust rewrite of the GNU coreutils. It's faster, more efficient, and easier to use than the original tools, and it's a great way to streamline your development workflow.
That's all for now – thanks for reading, and be sure to check back next week for more exciting Rust news and updates!
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