Venue guidelines reminder for Rustacean meetup tomorrow The schedule for the meetup is available here. https://hasgeek.com/rustlangin/may-2023-rustacean-meetup/sub more
This will be an in person meetup, and we are happy to accept submissions for talks if any.
Anyone interested in Rust is welcomed to join. Please see the submission section for the talks proposed so far. Submissions with focus on industrial/automotive/embedded will be given preference for this meetup.
Please note the below guidelines for the venue.
- The participants will need to carry their COVID vaccination certificate and just show it to the security before entering the premises. THIS IS COMPULSORY. - There will be parking space available and the security will help with that.
- The registration will be closed on 24th Wednesday 10PM. Only registered participants will be allowed to the venue. We have to provide a list of participants to Thoughtworks a day before, so please do register well before the mentioned time.
- Tea/coffee and light snacks will be provided at the venue courtesy of our host Thoughtworks.
- Precise location of the event: ACR Mansion, G + 3 Floors, 3rd, 147/F, 8th Main Rd, Koramangala 3 Block, Koramangala, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560034
DB migrations using SeaORM and their application in PupBin : A pastebin service
SeaORM is a dynamic and async ORM built for rust with multiple compatibility layers. In this talk, I’ll be covering the basics of how SeaORM works in Rust, along with a use case demo on a pastebin service written from a systems perspective.
This talk aim to give everyone a working knowledge of db migrations in Rust using SeaORM and some other cool parts of SeaORM.
Link to project : https://github.com/NavinShrinivas/PupBin