TLWI Rust #97

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Hello, my lovely newsletter readers! This week is all about Rust. Rust is not just a color, but also a programming language that is taking the tech world by storm. If you're not familiar with Rust, fear not! We have some fantastic links to get you started.

First up, we have zero setup cross-compilation and cross-testing of Rust crates. Say goodbye to the frustration and time-consuming process of setting up cross-compilation. With this link, cross-compiling and cross-testing Rust crates has never been easier.

Next, let's talk about the awesomeness of pattern matching in Rust. Pattern matching in Rust is a powerful feature that allows developers to write more concise and efficient code. If you haven't tried it yet, it's time to give it a go.

Now, if you're a fan of programming languages that offer no garbage collection and require no manual memory management, then Rust is the language for you. This Rust tutorial offers a comprehensive and in-depth explanation of Rust's high performance, safety, and functional programming capabilities. It even has a section on WebAssembly and Deno, which is bound to catch any JavaScript programmer's interest.

For our cloud enthusiasts out there, we have a treat for you. Have you heard of Alibaba Cloud's WebDAV service? It's a convenient way to access your cloud storage files from anywhere. Now, you can seamlessly integrate Rust with Alibaba Cloud's WebDAV service, thanks to Rust's flexible API and extensive documentation.

Last but not least, we have a list of 42 companies using Rust in production. That's right, Rust is not just a language that is popular among hobbyists and enthusiasts, but also among businesses. These companies have put their faith in Rust and have not been disappointed. Perhaps your company should consider Rust as well.

That's it for this week's newsletter. As always, thank you for reading, and we'll be back next week with more exciting tech news. Stay curious!

Dennis

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