Building Web API's With Rust 2

Following the first post around hyper.rs and getting a basic server running, this changes a little to add routing capabilities using the library reset_router.

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Rust and Energy Consumption

I came across a paper a while back on Energy Efficiency across Programming Languages(https://greenlab.di.uminho.pt/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/paperSLE.pdf) that puts Rust in a good position. It’s an interesting perspective, to be aware of energy consumption of the things we build, specially now that the climate change affects us in our everyday lives. Finding the right balance between product features that businesses requires and efficient code, without falling into premature optimization, is ask too much of our busy work. [Read More]

No Product While Learning

I decided not to do any product while learning some new technology. My rationale was that if I get closer to real world applications I could see how to solve some problems more easily. But it takes too much of my time to even get the concept of the product and I end up giving up ;( Also Rust capabilities are so vast that I can’t even decide on what to work on [Read More]

Don't break it

No idea why I keep holding myself back to write stuff here. Getting motivated again.

Learning Rust

So far, I’ve been trying to learn rust through these resources:

I read some of the official book https://doc.rust-lang.org/book/, then I tried to do something, discovered that I know nothing and came back later 😂

I also bought the book Rust in Action, which I found it easier to understand some concepts.

Then https://doc.rust-lang.org/rust-by-example/index.html

And its also good to keep an eye on https://github.com/rust-unofficial/awesome-rust