Response to John Carmack saying “writing Rust code feels very wholesome”.
If you code in rust, you know what he means.
It’s an overwhelming feeling of completeness pouring out of your being through your brainwaves and into the global human consciousness, causing a positive net shift and reducing human suffering globally. This newly generated positive energy’s existence is only possible from bringing order to chaos and reducing the entropy of the universe, increasing the time for all conscious beings to experience it in all of its beauty before its eventual heat death. Only the truest programmers who take the rust pill and follow its guidance will know this feeling: the feeling of mastering your physical domain to the point where you can wrangle with its fundamental laws at the just the right macroscopic scale that allows for you to achieve the exact results you want in the least time, efficiently using as much of your conscious effort as possible without going past the breaking point. I never could have written a comment like this until programming in rust… Since then I’ve been a more creative, intelligent, more enjoyable person to be around and it’s all thanks to rust. I’ve even begun borrow checking my own thoughts now and have a much safer thought process because of it, as well as a deeper intuitive understanding of what exactly the creation of thoughts is in the mind.