Developing a safer web with Rust

Developing web services with Rust. Using Rust's built in safety and open-source frameworks to make fast and fault-tolerant web applications.

We all want to write high-performing, scalable, safe code with as few bugs as possible. But with threading, data races, SQL injection, out-of-bounds access and segmentation faults this can prove to be a hassle.

Rust solves most of those issues out-of-the-box, but with projects such as Rocket and Diesel those guarantees can be extended to the level of a framework. Providing an easy and fast way to write high-performing fault-tolerant web applications.

Perhaps your next web app should be written in Rust?

Friday, 2017-10-06 @ 16:55
> Skill level: elementary
> Duration: 25 min

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Stanko Krtalić Rusendić

Stanko is a Rubyist, Rustacean, web developer, but foremost tinkerer. He has worked on web applications, IoT device to make homes safer for children, and stateless password managers. Some even call him a crypto-punk. You might have met him at some hackathon around Europe.

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