The AMA will feature a panel with special guests from the across the Rust Ecosystem.
We’ll be exploring the exciting ways in which Rust is being used for the Web, blockchain, embedded systems and its interoperability with other programming languages.
Submit any questions you might have on the topics above here
See you there Rustaceans 🦀
Rust solves many problems that typically plague embedded software written in c. This talk approaches the subject from the perspective of someone who spends most of their professional time working with managed languages like c#.net, java and python but who likes to write embedded software. It highlights the dangers of memory corruption in embedded software and explains how Rust solves this. The talk also introduces some features of Rust that allow you to simplify the design of your software like using async await, giving real world examples.
David works in the investment banking industry as a senior developer and enjoys making embedded software in Rust in his free time
How do you write Rust and then build an API for Swift/Kotlin/Python on top? It's a lot of work doing that manually. Computers are much better at doing that repetitive work, so we built UniFFI to do this task. Let's quickly explore how that works and why we so heavily rely on that at Mozilla.