TLWI Rust #94

Hey there, rustaceans! Welcome to yet another edition of our weekly newsletter. We've lined up some exciting updates and announcements for you, so let's get straight into it!

Are you a JavaScript developer interested in learning Rust? Then Rust from 0 to 80% for JavaScript Developers is the resource you've been waiting for! This comprehensive guide will take you from zero to hero, covering all the essential concepts you need to know to start writing Rust code. Whether you're a beginner or an advanced developer, this guide is a must-read for anyone interested in learning Rust.

If you've been following the standard library mutex overhaul, you'll be happy to know that std::sync::Mutex on Linux has now achieved competitive performance with parking_lot. This is a major milestone in the ongoing efforts to improve the performance and scalability of Rust's concurrency primitives, and is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the Rust community.

Calling all data science enthusiasts! Check out this amazing Rust drawing library for high quality data plotting – perfect for both WASM and native applications. With real-time plotting capabilities and stunning visualizations, this library is a game-changer for anyone looking to visualize their data in Rust.

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Last but not least, if you're working on distributed systems, you won't want to miss RustNet, the ultimate toolbox for building distributed systems. With its powerful abstractions and flexible design, RustNet is the perfect solution for anyone looking to tackle the challenges of building distributed systems in Rust.

That's it for this week's newsletter – we hope you found it informative and engaging! See you next week.


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