This is a written transcript of my RustConf 2022 talk using rustc at commit 6491eb1e6c9fac20faad11e5da16db3185b2410d Introduction My name is Michael Gattozzi and today I want to bring you on a journey from "What?" to "No way that works" to "Wait why does that work?!" and then true understanding and acceptance.
Recently at work I managed to hit the Orphan Rules implementing some things for an internal crate. Orphan Rules you say? These are ancient rules passed down from the before times (pre 1.0) [http://smallcultfollowing.com/babysteps/blog/2015/01/14/little-orphan-impls] that have to do with trait coherence.
Rust has a runtime. No really it does! I blew past that aspect in my most recent post "Oxidizing the technical interview" [https://blog.mgattozzi.dev/oxidizing-the-technical-interview/] when I put in the line: > The greatest trick the Devil ever played was convincing C and Rust programmers their language has no
Inspired by Reversing the technical interview [https://aphyr.com/posts/340-reversing-the-technical-interview] and Hexing the technical interview [https://aphyr.com/posts/341-hexing-the-technical-interview] Years ago, as a young'in from the Rust Belt, you dreamed of becoming a systems programmer, an Abyss Gazer if you will. You wanted to live, breathe, and die
Today I'm happy to announce the first release of dev-suite, a cross platform collection of tools designed to redistribute distributed work and help remove vendor lock in from large corporations. You can find a read-only copy of the code on these three sites: * Gitlab [https://gitlab.com/mgattozzi/dev-suite] * GitHub
Continuing my post from last time [https://mgattozzi.com/oss-governance-and-sustainablility-i/] I want to continue putting down my ideas before the upcoming all hands so that I can have a more concrete understanding of my thoughts and solutions. Like last time these aren't officially endorsed/might not be. They're just ideas!