TLWI Rust #80

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Hey there, newsletter squad! Hope you've been living your best life and coding away like a bunch of tech wizards. This week we've got some fabulous links to share with you, so buckle up and get ready to explore.

First up, we've got some sexy Rust action for all you developers out there itching to build terminal user interfaces and dashboards. Build terminal user interfaces and dashboards using Rust sounds like the perfect project for those restless nights when you can't seem to shake the coding bug. Trust us, you're going to want to check this one out.

Next on the list is something truly fascinating – Rust Ethereum 2.0 Client. Is it just us, or does anything to do with blockchain already sound cool AF? Anyway, this client is built on the latest version of Rust, which means it's super reliable and fast. Get excited for this one, folks.

Looking for raw bindings to platform APIs for your Rust project? No problem, we've got Raw bindings to platform APIs for Rust and we're not afraid to use them! Check this one out if you're needing some low-level functionality for your current project.

What better way to round off our list of links than with a company whose mission is to build a trusted and innovative financial network that empowers people and businesses around the world? Say hello to Diem, and learn more about their mission, and what they're busy building at Diem’s mission is to build a trusted and innovative financial network that empowers people and businesses around the world.

Last but certainly not least on our list is MKProject Books 0.1.0. We know you love to read, so we just had to include this one. This Rust library enables you to create Markdown documents for your Rust projects. Pretty nifty, right? Give it a spin and let us know what you think!

That's all from us this week. We hope you'll find these links as exciting as we did. Keep building, keep creating, keep dreaming up new and better things. Until next time, happy coding!

Dennis

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