Like, right before I posted it.
I’ve confirmed that the conversation happened around 2016-08-05 07:08 UTC. (…Should I make this a service somehow?)
The best way to learn Rust is to just try! and see what works (or is this to just see what works? now?)!
Xion: To promote Rust, we can go door to door and ask if you want to talk about je...malloc.
/// Test whether this socket is writey to be written to or not.
Rust account’s words:
Or my own (related) quote:
I think it’s good to understand the different problem domains!
< Celti> I just had a recruiter contact me for a Rust job requiring 3+ years of professional experience with it.
I’d love to pick this for QotW, but I’m having difficulties locating a permalink for it on https://botbot.me/mozilla/rust/
right, I checked before I posted. Logs look empty.
“Why I’m dropping Rust” was so meh and it got into TWiR? Rdedup never
got to TWiR, while it is way cooler than a guy that just couldn’t force
Rust to be Java.
UPDATE: @llogiq did not recommend this quote. What he said was CotW and not QofW which I misread.
[22:36:49] <mckeankylej> thanks guys I really like rust its like haskell and c had a beautiful baby
On interesting uses of
You can actually return
Iteratorswithout summoning one of the Great Old Ones now, which is pretty cool.
Is #rust-beginners IRC logged somewhere for permalinks?
My favorite new double-meaning programming phrase: “my c++ is a little rusty”
<vadix> is there an atomic Cow in std for sending Cows across threads * matematikaadit imagining sending "cows" across "threads" <matematikaadit> poor cows...
Do not leave bovines in such a bad situation!
Please note that this is a quote from 2014.
<dRk> that gives a new array of errors, guess that's a good thing <misdreavus> you passed one layer of tests, and hit the next layer :P <misdreavus> rustc is like onions <dRk> it makes you cry?