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edunham (seagl-osem@edunham.net)

from Mozilla

E. Dunham is the DevOps engineer for Mozilla research, which in practice means shepherding servers for the Rust language and Servo browser engine web presence, continuous integration, and release infrastructure. The OSU Open Source Lab alum's hobbies include carpentry, gardening, and filing “please license your code” issues on GitHub.

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Rust is a systems programming language that runs blazingly fast, prevents segfaults, and guarantees thread safety. This talk will answer the question "When should I use Rust?", and introduce you to the fabulous world of educational resources created by friendly Rustaceans to accompany you on your adventure into safe systems programming.

Date:
2017 October 6 - 13:30
Duration:
20 min
Room:
Room 3199
Conference:
Seattle GNU/Linux Conference 2017
Language:
Track:
Programming
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