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Meet up

Rewrite it in Rust? Some experiences in journeys from C and C++

Wednesday, 16th August at CodeNode, London

This meetup is run by Rust London User Group. Starts at 6:30 PM.

There's much debate in and outside the Rust community on the question of rewriting code in Rust. Be a part of that debate at this month's Rust London User Group!

Rewrite it in Rust? Some experiences in journeys from C and C++

There's much debate in and outside the Rust community on the question of rewriting code in Rust. Be a part of that debate at this month's Rust London User Group!

Many blog posts have been written favouring one side or another, and excellent resources have been produced on how to go about doing it. This talk will focus on some real experiences of rewriting code in Rust, both good and bad, to give attendees a balanced taste of what to expect if they go down the same road.

Aidan Hobson Sayers

Aidan studied Computer Science at the University of Cambridge and has transformed DevOps in a 600 developer company, co-authored a book on Docker and collected a Google Chrome vulnerability bug bounty. He currently works at Hadean where he builds out their platform as a service infrastructure and codebase and contributes to Rust as a member of the Infrastructure Team.

Rust Language Server And You!

The Rust Language Server (RLS) allows code editors to interact with Rust via JSON-RPC. This decouples functionality like 'goto definition', symbol search, reformatting from the code editors and ensures faster integration as new features appear in the language. Mark will demonstrate how to install RLS and configure it for use with some of the most popular code editors.

Thanks to our sponsors

Attending Members

Overview

There's much debate in and outside the Rust community on the question of rewriting code in Rust. Be a part of that debate at this month's Rust London User Group!

Rewrite it in Rust? Some experiences in journeys from C and C++

There's much debate in and outside the Rust community on the question of rewriting code in Rust. Be a part of that debate at this month's Rust London User Group!

Many blog posts have been written favouring one side or another, and excellent resources have been produced on how to go about doing it. This talk will focus on some real experiences of rewriting code in Rust, both good and bad, to give attendees a balanced taste of what to expect if they go down the same road.

Aidan Hobson Sayers

Aidan studied Computer Science at the University of Cambridge and has transformed DevOps in a 600 developer company, co-authored a book on Docker and collected a Google Chrome vulnerability bug bounty. He currently works at Hadean where he builds out their platform as a service infrastructure and codebase and contributes to Rust as a member of the Infrastructure Team.

Rust Language Server And You!

The Rust Language Server (RLS) allows code editors to interact with Rust via JSON-RPC. This decouples functionality like 'goto definition', symbol search, reformatting from the code editors and ensures faster integration as new features appear in the language. Mark will demonstrate how to install RLS and configure it for use with some of the most popular code editors.

Thanks to our sponsors

Who's coming?

Attending Members