Challenge for this week: Find a way to create a 30 minute presentation to make people hooked on #Rust.
Can I say I'm wired to write #Rust software now?
Stupid #Rust app is working, nonetheless -- not in the prettiest, automated fashion, but it works.
So I guess I have my "what to do in my lunch break" task for a long time already.
Follow up question: If I do get the mini computer and managed to cross-compile something in #Rust...
What should I cross-compile?!?
Let's say I want a small computer just to see #Rust cross-compilation things.
Should I go with an Arduino or Raspberry?
One nice thing in #Rust:
Because I built a release version of my project, it end up in `target/release`. Now I can keep breaking the code and building it as a debug version, which will end up in `target/debug` and still have a functional version.
Check out this Meetup: Encontro de Junho/2019 https://www.meetup.com/Rust-in-POA/events/262253712/ #Meetup #PortoAlegre #Rust
All I want is to go home, take some naps and play with my #Rust code.
Oh well, back to playing with #Rust and downfav.
(Na na na, nana na na, na na na, nana na na...)
Today is the day I'm going to finish that stupid #Rust app.
Sometimes I have the feeling that I'm getting confused with #Rust just because I'm letting it discover the type instead of explicitly putting the type in every variable.
In other news, I'm trying to figure out how to not have a `FnMut` closure in #Rust, without the easy way out of simply removing the reference calls.
That feeling when your stupid #Rust app starts to actually work and you feel that you're finally getting Rust.
Toy #Rust app: fought the type system, won, app run without any issues.
Dammit, I'm having fun, coding! Somebody take #Rust away from me! 😁
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