Musings of an open source Distributed Systems engineer working remotely in western Canada.
Setting up a Rust Development Environment
In this post we’ll be discussing one way to set up your machine for Rust development. There are different ways, particularly related to the text editor, so feel free to skip what is irrelevant to you. We’ll focus on:
The Future with Futures
Recently there has been a lot of progress in the Rust language towards a robust asynchronous stack. In this article we’ll take a look at what these things are, take a tour of what’s available, play with some examples, and talk about how the pieces fit together.
Pretty State Machine Patterns in Rust
Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about the patterns and structures which we program with. It’s really wonderful to start exploring a project and see familiar patterns and styles which you’ve already used before. It makes it easier to understand the project, and empowers you to start working on the project faster.
An HTTPS Terminator Box
Over the last couple days at asquera we’ve been on a retreat at the Landhaus Fredenwalde. It’s really beautiful out here and it’s given me a chance to work on a few small projects which I’ve been wanting to explore for awhile now.
Winds of Change
Unlike most of this blog this post is not technical in the slightest, instead it’s a personal update. Though, I have been wanting to write this post for a long time now!