Points of interest:
The show notes for the site are all built with Rust itself: they’re documentation comments, and I render them by running
I’m writing the episode content as I work things out in my own experiments with Rust. This really is about being new to Rust—but it’s also technical, and as I get deeper into the language, the show will follow.
My tack on the show is basically to explain why something is interesting or important, and then talk a bit about how it works in Rust
- The first episode, e000: Hello, world!, introduces the approach I’m taking to the show.
- The second, e001: Document All the Things, discusses the importance of documentation systems, and looks a bit at
- The published episode notes are all publicly available on GitHub. Pull request away if you find an error!
You can subscribe either via direct RSS feed or via iTunes. Episodes will come out roughly weekly, but of course life happens—I’m working full-time on a Masters degree, and I’m a husband and dad, so it might get bumped from time to time.
I would love to hear your feedback and suggestions. In addition to this thread, you can interact with me about the show elsewhere:
If you like the show, I’d hugely appreciate a rating and review on iTunes so that (a) other folks interested in Rust will find it more easily and (b) it will help boost the prominence of Rust in general!