This is our last newsletter for the year and we just want o say, THANK YOU for reading. We're surprised that so many of you read this newsletter and we plan to make it even better next year.
It's always a joy to see the activity in the community, from people sharing bugs and issues, to sharing job opportunities, to seeing other people help mentor and teach eachother. In fact, some members formed a study group and were on a mission to learn/write rust for 100 days in a row. It's been a crazy year and we are looking forward to 2023. Like we have said before, we plan to host an event next year and we are working towards that. To support us, you could send a mail to email@example.com or send us a message on twitter @RustNigeria.
Happy Holidays Rustaceans 🦀. We hope you have a wonderful rest of 2022. See you Next year!!!
Open Source projects
Zy is a minimal and fast file server created by Miraculous. It is written in Rust and uses actix as the web framework.
Traversing in Data Structure: Binary Tree vs Binary Search Tree
In this article, Ugochi, she explains what a Binary search tree is and how to create one in Rust