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"These days, the problem isn't how to innovate; it's how to get society to adopt the good ideas that already exist." - Douglas Engelbart

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Do you want to know what developing without unit tests is like?
Open your shoelaces, close your eyes and run as fast as you can...🏃

Whoa, the next version is already the intended version for the 2021 edition! :blobaww: 🦀

One Hundred Thousand Lines of - a blog series about lessons learned maintaining medium-sized Rust projects by matklad

Don't do the following in your :

When you get asked to perform a certain action, there is often an additional checkbox saying:
"Always do the chosen option in the future"

Instead, provide the following checkbox:
"Always do the choosen option for
- the duration of this session
- this day
- this week
- ..."

It's about the details, people!

Wahrscheinlichkeit, dass der von mir gefixt wird:


Schlauch vs. Jan: 1:1...
äh...tatsächlich schon 2:2😄

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Instead of using
//! my first line
//! my second line
//! my third line
for crate-level documentation, do this:
my first line
my second line
my third line

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Use the following to include your README in your `doctest`s (so that your examples in your README are also executed).

#[doc = include_str!("../")]
pub struct ReadmeDoctests;

See here:

The Beauty of Bézier Curves - by Freya Holmér:
(or YT:

This is an absolute masterpiece! So beautifully animated and explained. Just wow!😍

Oh, and before someone jumps in:
I know that Zig's `null` seems pretty safe, but it's `undefined` seems not.😬 😬

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says to :
"Hey let's be friends!"

JavaScript: "Why? We are so different - we should rather be 'opponents', because we have nothing in common, right?..."


JavaScript: "...right?"

Can someone please make a Star Wars Anakin & Padme of this?😅

is one of the most valuable things we have, so don't waste people's time with your and 'ed software.⌛ 🐌

is not a "nice-to-have" - instead, if your software is slow, it's a bug and you must it.

How to write really slow code - Part 1:

How to write really slow Rust code - Part 2:

These are such good articles and you can see how much effort went into it.

But I'm really disappointed about the harsh judgement the author has apparently gotten from some people (see part 2 of the series at the very bottom).

Come on, guys! We can do better as a Rust and open source community!

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