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On 23 July 2022, Rootconf held a Birds of Feather discussion on whether Rust language is ready for adoption in enteprises at India FOSS 2.0 conference. The discussion showed that the question must be inverted - are Indian startups and enteprises ready for adopting Rust language? This Mini Conference will look at the following problem statements:

  1. “We want to build with Rust, what do we need to know” - for businesses and developers who will want to use Rust to develop solutions for specific use cases, what should they want to be aware of before they commit to this journey?
  2. “Designing things with Rust language” - exploring components and technical details of Rust language with a focus on building things. For e.g. connected mesh of internet of things, integrating Rust with other languages, monitoring dashboards, search engines, embedded systems, distributed systems and WASM.
  3. “Wait up! What about security and all the related topics” - evaluating software supply chain security, project stewardship, evolution of the language, tools and documentation, speed/memory related shaping and benchmarking, support for libraries.
  4. “Where are the Rust language jobs around us” - addressing the topic of growing the community to create a viable and long-term talent pool for businesses to acquire confidence while investing on their Rust language journey.

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The Call for Proposals (CfP) is open. Talks will be curated by the conference editor, Rajasekharan Vengalil to fit the theme and sub topics.

In-person conference: This Mini Conference will be held on Friday, 2 December, at Microsoft Reactor, Lavelle Road, Bangalore. This is an in-person event. Register to participate in the event.

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Swarnim Arun

@swarnimarun

More Rusty-ness

Submitted Nov 12, 2022

More Rusty-ness #

A primer on how we wrote our Rust Analysis system, and how & why we are incrementally adding more Rust to different parts of our individually isolated codebases and how we plan to take it to the next level to tackle some bigger challenges, writing unified systems and frameworks for analyzing simpler languages.

And a quick overview of some of the common challenges with Rust in production such as,

  • Build times.
  • Dependency management.
  • Hard to onboard people new to the language.

Lastly why people might want to consider using more Rust and what advantages it provided us in our development workflow.

Quick solutions to dealing with some of the problems with Rust.

Slides for the presentation

-- Swarnim Arun
-- Rust Engineer @ DeepSource (The Code Health Platform)

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Accepting submissions till 22 Nov 2022, 10:00 PM

Microsoft Reactor, Bengaluru

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Rustlang for enterprises is a forum to: Provide the necessary business intelligence to organizations desiring to invest in Rust as a programming language of choice. Build better understanding about the needs of the industry based on current trends. more

Supported by

Host

Rootconf is a forum for discussions about DevOps, infrastructure management, IT operations, systems engineering, SRE and security (from infrastructure defence perspective). more

Community Sponsor

FP-Juspay is a forum to dive deep and contribute to the world of Functional Programming - Frameworks, Applications and People. more

Promoted

Community Partner

A community of rust-lang contributors and end-users from India We also have presence on the following telegram channels https://t.me/RustIndia https://t.me/keralars https://t.me/fpncr Twitter handle: https://twitter.com/rustlangin more

Venue Sponsor

Join Microsoft Reactor and learn from developers Whether you’re building your career or the next great idea, Microsoft Reactor connects you with the developers and startups that share your goals. Learn new skills, meet new peers, and find career mentorship. Virtual events are running around the clo… more