Rust is praised for its speed and performance. Beyond that however, we love rust because it introduces a new style, a new flavour of writing software that makes building software feel like a delicate art. Like the youtube channel No Boilerplate said, "Speed is just a feature"
In this month's newsletter, we have an update to a project we've featured in the past, we see another bold re-write of a C++ codebase (that is looking for contributors as well), an article on doing something insane like building a game without an engine and an OS and a twitter thread you can point to to convince that friend of yours to give rust a try.
Open Source projects
Austin Aigbe is looking for contributors to join him in writing Bess-rs - a Rust implementation of BESS(Berkeley Extensible Software Switch)
Rust Fluid Simulation playground
Akin re-wrote his web-based fluid simulation to be purely with the web-framework percy
A twitter thread on why you should learn Rust
Need help convincing someone to learn the Rust programming language? Well, Omolewa Abraham wrote a twitter thread on why people should learn the Rust programming language.
The Graphics Output Protocol I
In a new entry to his series on building a game without an engine and an OS, Demilade Sonuga writes about the Graphics output protocol and rendering graphics to the screen.
We are planning a meetup!
We are planning a Rust Nigeria meetup and we need your help to know what's most convenient for you. Please fill this survery to help us with planning. Thanks!