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- lib-ruby-parser: A Ruby Parser Written in Rust by Ilya Bylich in Crates
- Announcing Rustup 1.23.0 by The Rustup Working Group in Language
- What the Error Handling Project Group is Working On by Sean Chen in Language
- Announcing Rust 1.48.0 by The Rust Release Team in Language
- Exploring PGO for the Rust compiler by Michael Woerister in Performance
- Introducing Scipio - a Thread-per-Core Crate for Rust & Linux by Glauber Costa in Crates, Performance
- Non-Generic Inner Functions by Andrew Lilley Brinker in Language
- Rust after the honeymoon by Bryan Cantrill in Language
- Rust in curl with Hyper by Daniel Stenberg in Web and Network Services
- Announcing Rust 1.47.0 by The Rust Release Team in Language
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- Community — Initiatives in the Rust community.
- Computer Science — Covering data structures, algorithms, memory safety, etc.
- Crates — Notable new or updated crates.
- DevOps and Deployment — Building and deploying Rust, containerisation, continuous integration, etc.
- Embedded — Rust on microcontrollers, IoT, devices.
- Games and Graphics — Games built with Rust and other graphics related work.
- Getting Started — Introductory posts, guides and tutorials for getting started with Rust.
- Language — General posts about the Rust language.
- Operating Systems — Using Rust to build or explore operating systems.
- Performance — Optimisation, benchmarks, etc.
- Rust 2018 — Hopes and dreams for Rust in 2018.
- Rust 2019 — Ideas from the community for Rust in 2019, and the next edition.
- Rust 2020 — Ideas from the Rust community and picking a theme for 2020.
- Rust 2021 — Planning the roadmap for 2021.
- Tools and Applications — Command line tools and GUI applications written in or for Rust.
- Security — Security, cryptography, etc.
- Web and Network Services — Web applications, web assembly, network daemons, etc.